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Marina Cyrino

Creative Practices through Cross-Art Collaboration

Contact: marina.cyrino@hsm.gu.se

The research project consists of several artistic collaborative processes between the flutist Marina Cyrino and artists in different fields of expertise. The principal aim is to explore and shed light on processes of artistic collaboration across art forms and to develop creative practices and performances.

The emphasis on the learning processes of the musician-performer within the Western classical tradition is usually on striving for excellence in the context of performance, by focusing on the technical control of the instrument.

This project aims to contribute for the understanding of other fundamental artistic abilities as communication, interpersonal and creative skills. But also to demonstrate an understanding of the collaborative nature of Art itself, by emphasizing the process of making inter-connections, cross-fertilization of ideas and practices.
Collaborative learning is a fundamental skill for contemporary practioners in the arts and its critical to deeping and transforming shared expertise and understanding.

The project explores collaborative ways of learning in order to promote creativity and innovation. The artistic outcomes are focused on artistic practices and performances constructed through dialogue, risk-taking and shared exploration of ideas and meaning within the different art forms.

The doctoral studies of Marina Cyrino are funded by CAPES Foundation – Brazil.

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