Through the performance and study of unconventional scores by Indigenous artists, The Score Research Cluster engages with decolonization by challenging existing sonic, physical and conceptual frames of Indigenous and settler–colonial knowledge.

What relational change is possible for the Cluster to inspire through creative performance?
Emerging through creative and collaborative endeavors, how will the Score Cluster model thinking and acting differently in its relationships to place?
How might you visualize or sonically represent projects that engage with scores as tools for decolonial action?