This project was made possible with a grant from the UND Fine Arts and Humanities Scholarship Initiative Grant,
administered by the College of Arts and Sciences.
Improvise with us!
In game theory, a sequential game has "perfect information" if each player, when making any decision, is perfectly informed of all the events that have previously occurred, including the "initialization event" of the game (Wikipedia). Hasco Duo and Michael Wittgraf have created a "perfect information" project in which the players respond to each other's improvisations sequentially.
The "imperfect information" in the sequence occurs when you, the 4th member of this project, create new tracks by layering our improvisations in novel combinations. (works best on laptop/desktop computers)