Episode #31: Social Aesthetics (IICSI archive)

The Social Aesthetics Conference that took place at McGill University in 2010, put on by ICASP (http://improvcommunity.ca), the predecessor for the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation (http://improvisationinstitute.ca/), was a consideration of how social, cultural, economic and political forces condition the aesthetic practices and values of improvised performance. This is an archived discussion between researchers Georgina Born, Elizabeth Jackson, Eric Lewis, Ingrid Monson, and Jason Stanyek about how collaborative social practices at the same time they are artistic practices, and vice versa.


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