'The Open Work’: Ecologies of participation

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Harries, Guy;
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Audience engagement with a sound work can extend beyond fixed conventions in\ud which roles of creation and perception are separate. In an ‘open work’ these roles\ud are blurred, and the audience takes on an active part of co-creation. Participatory\ud sound works can b... View more
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