Goodafternoon. The paper is in. I have finished. Well it is in and I haven't finished. Well I have finished, but it doesn't feel like I have. No I haven't finished because there is so much more to unravel from the shamozz of words delivered in the said paper. So I haven't. Finished. But maybe I have, I don't know. Such a mysterious world we live in.
Speaking of finished, because it has, I went to see the William Kentridge exhibition in Sydney last week. It was fantastic. It would've been a great exhibition to visit several times, as there were many animations to watch.
Thats all for today. Thankyou. Goodbye.
Wednesday, November 17, 2004
Here is my definition of improvisation.
∑ Improvisation is a creative act that generates form or content intuitively, in the moment without a set text to follow, for a continuous period of time. The outcome is true to the process; it is not edited during the act.
This definition talks of a timeframe, a state of mind, and a process. I would like to take this further and define improvisation as a technique that requires the following 'set up':
∑ State of mind
∑ (Level of) Skill
I wont be harping on anymore until the joyous paper is handed in.