Music improvisation is an act of human-becoming: of self-expression—an articulation of histories and memories that have molded its participants—and of exploration—a search for unimagined structures that break with the stale norms of majoritarian culture. Given that the former objective may inhibit the latter, we propose an integration of human musical improvisers and deliberately flawed creative software agents that are designed to catalyze the development of human-ratified minoritarian musical structures.
Artinian, Arto, and Adam James Wilson. "On Improvised Music, Computational Creativity and Human-Becoming." Leonardo Music Journal 27 (2017): 36-39. https://doi.org/10.1162/LMJ_a_01006