Audio visual improvisation: A study of an multimodal artistic process
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- Institutt for kunstfag 
“Audio-visual improvisation” is a study of a multimodal artistic process in a collaboration between a draughtsman and musicians. In this artistic research project, I drew ten drawings in collaboration with two musicians. I created four drawings with each of the musicians and two with the musicians together as a duo. There is one guitarist and one pianist participating in this project. The empirical sessions were over three days. The first eight drawings were created over two consecutive days. Two drawings with piano and two with guitar each day. A week later we reassembled and did two more sessions. My intention with this project is to find out more about the process of cross-discipline improvisation and try to study how such processes develop and how music and drawing might relate to each other during such a process. My motivation is also connected to the project's relevance for arts education in primary and secondary school. I present the story of the creation of each of the drawings as a picture process story. Part of my analysis and reflection is a joint reflection with the participating musician after each picture. In the end, I present a conclusive reflection on the whole empirical work.