Baschet's Sound Sculpture: Universal Design, Pedagogy and Inclusion
AbstractThis paper presents an approach to the Pedagogical Baschet Instrumentarium from the point of view of the Universal Design proposed by Ron Mace. This unprecedented double reading of the principles, applications and implications, draws a promising path that is based on over 60 years of evolution of Baschet Soundsculpture and currently appears as a oparadigm for contemporary reflection on pedagogy and the social function of art.
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