By Guerino B. Mazzola, Paul B. Cherlin, Mathias Rissi, Nathan Kennedy
Mazzola G.B., Cherlin P.B., Rissi M., Kennedy N. (eds.) movement, Gesture, and areas in loose Jazz.. in the direction of a idea of Collaboration (Springer, 2009)(ISBN 354092194X)(O)(140s)
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The commonalities with Sun Ra’s equally Chicago-based commune are however evident and signiﬁcant: Body painting, the romantic blue color, the invention of phantastic my-stories, my-steries, and similar ﬂoating semantics that ultimately are geared toward the role of providing a substratum for their music in a way that a utilization of conventional religion could not. 4 The Art of Collaboration A special branch of sociology, which does not yet exist, should be devoted to research into the laws of collective ideation Emile Durkheim [89, p.
It is the hope here, and we forward it as a central thesis for this treatise, that the ontological extension of the body of science towards the making, gestures, together with the mediating level of processes, will provide us with an understanding and penetration of the art of collaboration that eﬀectively contributes to a substantial clariﬁcation of the art of making free jazz, the art of distributing one’s ﬂowing identity within a sensible group, and the art of creating and sharing wide collaborative spaces.
These characteristics deserve some comments. The ﬁrst one, the collaboratory, where collaboration takes place, was coined by computer scientist Bill Wulf in 1989. Here is the original wording : A collaboratory is a ‘center without walls’ in which the nation’s researchers can perform their research • • • • • without regard to geographical location, interacting with colleagues, accessing instrumentation, sharing data and computational resources, and accessing information in digital libraries.