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Comprovisação e Interação Leigo-Músico nas Práticas Criativas Cognitivo-Ecológicas: The Maxwell Demon

Aliel, Luzilei; Keller, Damián;
Open Access
Portuguese
Published: 01 Nov 2020
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Country: France
Abstract

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We discuss the contributions of a ubimus-oriented artistic project - Maxwell's Demon (The Maxwell Demon) - highlighting the specific challenges of lay-musician interaction. Using the MoMuPlat environment, we implemented the TMD sound-synthesis tool for portable and fixed devices. Five musicians and three lay people of both sexes participated in the study, targeting improvisational group activities based on simple verbal instructions. Through interviews with participants, on-site observations and analysis of audio and video recordings, we obtained results that indicate advantages and limitations of the knowledge-transfer strategies applied during the activities. The items covered include, on the one hand, problems in the activity-preparation stage; the generation of new materials was encouraged but the reuse of sound resources was low. On the other hand, the participants' body movements served to expand their creative engagement; the layman-musician interaction was effective in establishing a common mechanism for participants with and without specific training. Overall, these results indicate that it is necessary to develop design strategies focused on making the knowledge explicit or supporting the transfer of tacit knowledge necessary to achieve creative group results.

Subjects

[SHS.MUSIQ]Humanities and Social Sciences/Musicology and performing arts, [SHS.GENRE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Gender studies, [SHS.HIST]Humanities and Social Sciences/History, [SHS.HISPHILSO]Humanities and Social Sciences/History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences, [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences

1​ Departamento de Música (CMU) Escola de Comunicação e Artes - Universidade de  São Paulo. Professor Luciano Gualberto, 374 - Butantã - São Paulo - SP  Keller,  D.  (2014).  Characterizing  resources  in  ubimus  research: Volatility  and rivalry.  In ​Proceedings of  the  V  Workshop  in Ubiquitous  Music  (V  UbiMus)​ .  Vitória, ES: Ubiquitous Music Group. Retrieved from  http://compmus.ime.usp.br/ubimus2014/. 

Keller,  D.  (2018).  Challenges  for  a  second  decade  of  ubimus  research:  Knowledge  transfer  in ubimus  activities.  ​Música  Hodie  ​18  (1),  148--165.  (Doi:  10.5216/mh.v18i1.53578.)  Retrieved  from  https://www.revistas.ufg.br/musica/article/download/53578/25698. 

Keller,  D.,  Barreiro,  D.  L.,  Queiroz,  M.  &  Pimenta,  M.  S.  (2010).  Anchoring  in  ubiquitous  musical  activities.  In  ​Proceedings of  the International Computer Music  Conference  (ICMC  2010)  (pp. 319-326).  Ann Arbor, MI: MPublishing, University of Michigan Library. 

Keller, D., Capasso, A. & Tinajero, P. (2019). Knowledge transfer in ecologically grounded approaches to  ubimus:  InMesh  1.0.  ​Journal  of  New  Music  Research  48  (4),  397-411.  (Doi:  10.1080/09298215.2019.1642361.) 

Keller,  D.  &  Lazzarini,  V.  (2017).  Ecologically  grounded  creative  practices  in  ubiquitous  music.  Organised Sound​ ​22​ (1), 61-72. (Doi: 10.1017/S1355771816000340.) 

Keller,  D., Lazzarini, V. & Pimenta, M. S. (2014). ​Ubiquitous Music, Vol. XXVIII. ​ Berlin and Heidelberg:  Springer International Publishing. (ISBN: 978-3-319-11152-0.) 

Keller,  D.  &  Lima,  M.  H.  (2016).  Supporting  everyday  creativity  in  ubiquitous  music  making.  In  P.  Kostagiolas, K.  Martzoukou  &  C.  Lavranos  (eds.), ​Trends  in  Music Information  Seeking,  Behavior, and  Retrieval for Creativity​ (pp. 78-99). Vancouver, BC: IGI Global Press. 

Keller, D., Timoney, J., Costalonga, L., Capasso, A., Tinajero, P., Lazzarini, V., Pimenta, M. S., Lima, M.  H.  &  Johann,  M.  (2014).  Ecologically  grounded  multimodal  design:  The  Palafito  1.0  study.  In  Proceedings of  the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2014) (pp. 1677-1684). Ann Arbor,  MI: MPublishing, University of Michigan Library. 

Sibertin-Blanc,  C.,  Thérond,  O.  and  Monteil,  C.,  Mazzega,  P.:  Formal  modeling  of  social-  ecological  systems. In: European Social Simulation Association Conference, Cemagref 2011. 

Trueman,  D.  (2007).  Why  a  laptop  orchestra?.  ​Organised  Sound  ​12  (2),  171-179.  (Doi:  10.1017/S135577180700180X.)  [OpenAIRE]

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