Project "Timbral Microperspectives" rediscovers the processes leading the composer in his/her artistic preferences through the immerse analysis of the factors of artistic discovery, lifelong learning, and contribution. The starting point for executing "Timbral Microperspectives" research lies in investigating innovative solutions in various tuning systems' interrelations within a musical composition. Driven by the initial idea for distinct timbral concepts, creative, quite often non-musical impulses or attraction by certain sound phenomena, Martyna Kosecka tries to rediscover and establish microtone's functioning in the harmonic landscape of music, as well as its overall significance in the creation of her new musical work. What is the process of transformation of the artist within the artistic process? What can be the possible triggers that shape our decision making in art? How if to document our choice-making and analyze it along with the growth of artistic creation itself? This project contributes to the dialogue within musical aesthetic and artistic research theories. It provides a new look at the compositional processes and corresponding methodology practices in an artist's self-development.
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