INARJ Conference 2021

(For online access please contact michael.fletcher@bcu.ac.uk. All times UTC +1) 

Monday 18th January 

10:00 – Welcome 

Session 1 – 10:15-12:00 

Slime mould improvisers: Knowledge through analogy 

Chris Mapp (Birmingham City University) 

The question of method: transcription and auto-ethnography.  

Lee Griffiths (Birmingham City University) 

Transdisciplinary methodologies of Artistic research in music improvisation 

Jasna Jovicevic (Singidunum University- Belgrade) 

Session 2 – 16:00-17:30 

Live panel – Researching Self – navel-gazing gibberish or profound knowledge? 

Presenters: 

Vidar Schanche (UiS) 

Corey Mwamba (BCU) 

Chris Mapp (BCU) 

Facilitators: 

Per Zanussi (UiS) 

Petter Frost Fadnes (UiS) 

Tuesday 19th January 

Session 3 – 10:00-12:00 

Cueca, Tradition and Innovation 

Danilo Rojas 

Artistic Research in Jazz – Eight themes for undisciplinary practices  

Chris Stover – Queensland Conservatorium. Griffith University 

Artistic Research: An Evolving Methodology 

Robert Burke – Monash University 

Session 4 – 12:00-13:30 

Live panel – Artistic Research in Jazz and Popular Music at the MA Level 

Chair: 

Michael Kahr 

Contributors: 

Lukas Aichinger 

Aida Batista Böhm 

Berthold Cvach 

Ursula Erhart 

Constanze Friedl 

Gregor Fußenegger 

Nikolaus Georgiades 

Andreas Hackl 

Alexandre Laloux 

Aaron Steiner 

Eva Maria Stöckler 

Session 5 – 16:00-18:00 

What the World Needs Now is Jazz 

Monika Herzig – Indiana University 

Lost Vocabulary Recovered: Applications for Practice and Pedagogy 

Tom Williams (Academy of Contemporary Music) & Rich Perks (University of Kent) 

Combining methods in improvisation research as a means of ensuring rigor 

Una MacGlone – Royal Conservatoire of Scotland  

Closing discussion and next steps – 18:00-18:30