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ArtDoc - An Experimental Archive and a Tool for Artistic Research

  • Henrik Frisk
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11265)

Abstract

ArtDoc is an experimental archive primarily for documenting artistic practice. One of the ambitions is to address the question of how artistic practice may be documented in a manner that makes visible the processes in action. ArtDoc has its roots in research and artistic practice that began over ten years ago and preliminary tests shows it to be a useful complement to other means to document musical works and artistic processes. The particular case of open form works, works that in some respect are negotiated between the different agents involved, such as composers, musicians and members of the audience was a point of departure and has guided the development to a significant degree. The underlying structure of documentation classes is presented and some of the design choices are discussed. ArtDoc is still under construction but a working proof of concept will be released in 2018.

Keywords

Electro acoustic music Artistic research Music representation Cooperative music networks 

Notes

Acknowledgments

With acknowledgments to my colleague Jamie Bullock and the other contributors of the Integra project.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Royal College of MusicStockholmSweden

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