assemblaggio con luci
“From a certain point of view improvisation is the highest mode of musical activity, for it is based on the acceptance of music’s fatal weakness and essential and most beautiful characteristic -its transience.
The desire always to be right is an ignoble taskmaster, as is the desire for immortality. The performance of any vital action brings us closer to death; if it didn’t it would lack vitality. Life is a force to be used and if necessary used up. ‘Death is the virtue in us going to its destination’ (Lieh Tzu). ”
from Towards an Ethic of Improvisation by Cornelius Cardew (1971)