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A careful examination of one’s own mind is a possible method of gaining a better understanding of one’s psychological core, as well as establishing a deep and personal connection with one’s surroundings. Performing Ocean: An Exploration of Intrapersonal Communication within Artistic Research is an artistic research project and showcase aiming to create a system that assists intrapersonal communication and its artistic expression through introspection, musical composition, and performative interpretation. The ocean serves as a metaphor for the complexity of human consciousness and a subject of study that reflects the relationship between my mind and the environment. Performing Ocean: An Exploration of Intrapersonal Communication within Artistic Research consists of three components: sketches, scores, and interpretation. Sketches are primary materials indicative of one’s consciousness, obtained through the methods of self-documentation. Sketches become fundamental elements for scores utilizing several compositional techniques. The scores function not only as a medium of communicating the messages of the artist, but also invite performers’ artistic and personal input through interpretative possibilities presented in the scores.
Performing Ocean: An Exploration of Intrapersonal Communication within Artistic Research was first showcased to the public by means of a performance and an installation. Six out of seven original compositions were performed and a booklet containing a number of sketches, all scores, and descriptions of the research and its methodology were displayed on the wall of the performance venue.
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Note: The documents consist of a report of the final project and a supplementary booklet that was exhibited as part of the showcase of the final project.