« This special issue of Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation, “Volume I: Improvisation, Musical Communities, and the COVID-19 Pandemic,” invited musicians, performers, scholars, arts presenters, and other cultural workers to reflect on the extraordinary challenges posed by the pandemic and to begin envisaging a post-pandemic musical landscape. “The voices gathered here, » as issue editors Daniel Fischlin, Laura Risk, and Jesse Stewart write, « evoke scarcity and abundance, precarity and resilience, creative wells overflowing and running dry, power and helplessness, adaptation and exhaustion.” »
Au sommaire :
- Daniel Fischlin, Laura Risk, and Jesse Stewart, “The Poetics of Engagement. Improvisation, Musical Communities, and the COVID-19 Pandemic”
- Erin Felepchuk and Ben Finley, “Playing the Changes. Improvisation, Metaphor, and COVID-19”
- Eric Lewis, “Black Time in the Age of COVID. Improvising Afrologically in both Telematic Performance and Public Health Policy”
- Laura Risk, “Imperfections and Intimacies. Trebling Effects and the Improvisational Aesthetics of Pandemic-Era Livestreaming”,
- Et plus encore.