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What is Social Aesthetics?

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It sets out a new conceptualization of the aesthetic as immanently social and political, proposing a new paradigm of improvisation studies that will have reverberations throughout the humanities. Across its diverse chapters, Improvisation and Social Aesthetics argues that ensemble improvisation is not inherently egalitarian or emancipatory, but offers a potential site for the cultivation of new forms of social relations. As a catalyst for social experiment and political practice, improvisation aids in the creation, contestation, and codification of social realities and identiti Addressing a wide range of improvised art and music formsā€”from jazz and cinema to dance and literatureā€”this volume's contributors locate improvisation as a key site of mediation between the social and the aesthetic. . The Social and the Aesthetic 1. It sets out a new conceptualization of the aesthetic as immanently social and political, proposing a new paradigm of improvisation studies that will have reverberations throughout the humanities.

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Lisa Barg, Georgina Born, David Brackett, Nicholas Cook, Marion Froger, Susan Kozel, Eric Lewis, George E. Is there some special way that improvised music enacts a social aesthetics, and if so, in what form? Addressing a wide range of improvised art and music formsā€”from jazz and cinema to dance and literatureā€”this volume's contributors locate improvisation as a key site of mediation between the social and the aesthetic. Across its diverse chapters, Improvisation and Social Aesthetics argues that ensemble improvisation is not inherently egalitarian or emancipatory, but offers a potential site for the cultivation of new forms of social relations. What's Love Got to Do with It? It sets out a new conceptualization of the aesthetic as immanently social and political, proposing a new paradigm of improvisation studies that will have reverberations throughout the humanities. Lewis, Ingrid Monson, Tracey Nicholls, Winfried Siemerling, Will Straw, ZoĆ« Svendsen, Darren Wershler. Will Straw is Professor of Art History and Communication Studies at McGill University and the coeditor of The Cambridge Companion to Pop and Rock.

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Lewis, Ingrid Monson, Tracey Nicholls, Winfried Siemerling, Will Straw, Zoe Svendsen, Darren Wershler Acknowledgments vii Introduction. As a catalyst for social experiment and political practice, improvisation aids in the creation, contestation, and codification of social realities and identities. Lewis, Ingrid Monson, Tracey Nicholls, Winfried Siemerling, Will Straw, Zoe Svendsen, Darren Wershler. Across its diverse chapters, Improvisation and Social Aesthetics argues that ensemble improvisation is not inherently egalitarian or emancipatory, but offers a potential site for the cultivation of new forms of social relations. The Social and the Aesthetic 1. It sets out a new conceptualization of the aesthetic as immanently social and political, proposing a new paradigm of improvisation studies that will have reverberations throughout the humanities.

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Improvisation and social aesthetics in SearchWorks catalog

improvisation and social aesthetics improvisation community and social practice

Addressing a wide range of improvised art and music forms-from jazz and cinema to dance and literature-this volume's contributors locate improvisation as a key site of mediation between the social and the aesthetic. Addressing a wide range of improvised art and music formsā€”from jazz and cinema to dance and literatureā€”this volume's contributors locate improvisation as a key site of mediation between the social and the aesthetic. Addressing a wide range of improvised art and music formsā€”from jazz and cinema to dance and literatureā€”this volume's contributors locate improvisation as a key site of mediation between the social and the aesthetic. But the social dimensions of music have also come to the fore in musicology in the past decade. The Social and the Aesthetic 1.

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Improvisation and social aesthetics (eBook, 2017) [fentonia.com]

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It sets out a new conceptualization of the aesthetic as immanently social and political, proposing a new paradigm of improvisation studies that will have reverberations throughout the humanities. As a catalyst for social experiment and political practice, improvisation aids in the creation, contestation, and codification of social realities and identities. Putting forward a whole set of new paradigms for considering music, improvisation, contemporary art, time-arts, new media, and aesthetics, the contributors advance the discourse on the improvised arts, potentially shaking up a number of disciplines in the process. The resulting comprehensive and persuasive demonstration will persuade interested readers that the job has been done, that a social aesthetics illuminates questions that have too long been left unexplored. Putting forward a whole set of new paradigms for considering music, improvisation, contemporary art, time-arts, new media, and aesthetics, the contributors advance the discourse on the improvised arts, potentially shaking up a number of disciplines in the process.

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improvisation and social aesthetics improvisation community and social practice

As a catalyst for social experiment and political practice, improvisation aids in the creation, contestation, and codification of social realities and identities. Across its diverse chapters, Improvisation and Social Aesthetics argues that ensemble improvisation is not inherently egalitarian or emancipatory, but offers a potential site for the cultivation of new forms of social relations. A third goal of the chapter is to ask precisely how it is that improvisation as a socio-musical practice adds to or departs from non- or less improvised music in terms of the articulation of music and the social. As a catalyst for social experiment and political practice, improvisation aids in the creation, contestation, and codification of social realities and identities. In the last part of the chapter, Born exemplifies her arguments through two outstanding cases of improvised music ensembles with strongly developed social and political aesthetics: the Art Ensemble of Chicago, as it participated in the larger Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, and the Feminist Improvising Group.

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Eric Lewis is Associate Professor of Philosophy at McGill University and the author of The Video Art of Sylvia Safdie. What's Love Got to Do with It? Lisa Barg, Georgina Born, David Brackett, Nicholas Cook, Marion Froger, Susan Kozel, Eric Lewis, George E. A second goal of the chapter is to put this thinking into dialogue with the influential recent concepts of relational aesthetics and participation, which are often taken as paradigms for the analysis of contemporary art practice in terms of their welcome attempt to rethink the relation between aesthetic and social processes. In this mainly conceptual, ground-clearing chapter, the author develops thinking on the articulation between music and the social. Across its diverse chapters, Improvisation and Social Aesthetics argues that ensemble improvisation is not inherently egalitarian or emancipatory, but offers a potential site for the cultivation of new forms of social relations.

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Plenary Panel, Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice: Research Results Showcase (GJFC 2013)

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The resulting comprehensive and persuasive demonstration will persuade interested readers that the job has been done, that a social aesthetics illuminates questions that have too long been left unexplored. As a catalyst for social experiment and political practice, improvisation aids in the creation, contestation, and codification of social realities and identities. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references pages 309-333 and index. What's Love Got to Do with It? As a catalyst for social experiment and political practice, improvisation aids in the creation, contestation, and codification of social realities and identities. Lisa Barg, Georgina Born, David Brackett, Nicholas Cook, Marion Froger, Susan Kozel, Eric Lewis, George E. . .

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