New publication in kuda.read edition: NOISM - Fragments of the Contemporary and Contemporaneity of Improvised Music
Publication: NOISM - Fragments of the Contemporary and Contemporaneity of Improvised Music
This publication is published within the project NOISM – New forms of research in contemporary music, which is focused on the development and anal- ysis of contemporary art production and promoting practices in contemporary music and artistic creation with a particular focus on interactivity and group creative process.Through publishing, the project seeks to publish new author texts by local authors, relevant texts and translations of books, CDs, audio and video interviews, which will contribute to the development of art criticism and reception in the field of new music and new creative processes that are not suf- ficiently valorized in contemporary Serbian music.
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Title: Fragments of the Contemporary and Contemporaneity of Improvised Music
The text Sketch for a Phenomenology of Improvised Music was first published in Boris Kovač, “A New Ritual: A Political Reflection on (New) Music”. (Niš: SKC, 1990), 59–70.
The text The historical consciousness of free improvisation was first pu- blished in the reader “Challenges in Contemporary Musicology: Essays in Honor of Prof. Dr. Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman”. (Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade, 2018), 380–391.
Authors: Nemanja Sovtić, Boris Kovač
Editors: kuda.org & improstor
Edition: NOISM 01
Publisher: Centar za nove medije_kuda.org 21113 Novi Sad, Braće Mogin 2, PO BOX 22, www.kuda.org
Year of publishing: 2019.
Translation: Ljubica Ilić, Slađana Aćimović
Proof-reading: Alex Papke
Graphic layout: kuda.org & Sputnjik
Printshop: Studio R2, Novi Sad
CIP – Katalogizacija u publikaciji Biblioteka Matice srpske, Novi Sad
The project NOISM – New forms of research in contemporary music was initiated and developed by two organizations from Novi Sad: the New media center_kuda.org and the KNAP / IMPROSTOR Association, and co-funded by the City Administration for Culture of the City of Novi Sad, the Austrian Cul- tural Forum from Belgrade and the Foundation for Art Initiatives.
Photo documentation from the 2019 FESTIVAL-U-OPPOSITION produced by kuda.org can be viewed at this link.
Photo by kuda.org and Manja Holodkov.