Vol 10, No 1 (2014)

Splash Page Photo Credit: IMP Labs participant Ryan Anaskan. Photograph by Don Hall, University of Regina.
Splash Page Audio Credit: The North Project, teenage participants. Charity Marsh/IMP Labs.

Table of Contents


Cyphers: Hip-Hop and Improvisation PDF HTML
Paul Watkins, Rebecca Caines


Profile of the Interactive Media and Performance (IMP) Labs: An Interview with Dr. Charity Marsh PDF HTML
Rebecca Caines
Tricia Rose Interviewed by George Lipsitz PDF HTML
George Lipsitz
“Schizophonophilia”: An Audio-Interplay Between Wayde Compton and Paul Watkins PDF HTML
Paul Watkins


Scratch, Look & Listen: Improvisation and Digital DJ Interfaces PDF HTML
mark v. campbell
‘We Wanted Our Coffee Black’: Public Enemy, Improvisation, and Noise PDF HTML
Niel Scobie
Retaining a New Format: Jazz-Rap, Cultural Memory, and the New Cultural Politics of Difference PDF HTML
Jesse Stewart
When Beats Meet Critique: Sample-Based Hip-Hop as Knowledge-Practice PDF HTML
Marcel Anthony Swiboda

General Topics Articles

Improvisation et processus compositionnel dans la genèse de Fenêtre Ovale de Karl Naëgelen PDF HTML
Clément Canonne

Book/Media Reviews

At the Edge of New Meanings: A Critical Review of Flying Lotus’s You’re Dead! PDF HTML
Paul Watkins

Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation is generously supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (through both its Major Collaborative Research Initiatives and Aid to Scholarly Journals programs) and by the University of Guelph Library.
ISSN: 1712-0624