Darla Crispin is Associate Professor of Musicology at the Norwegian Academy of Music. She specializes in performance and philosophy in musical modernism and post-modernism, with particular emphasis on the Second Viennese School. Her most recent work examines this repertoire through the prism of artistic research in music. Darla Crispin has also worked as a solo performer and accompanist in Europe and Canada. Her publications include a collaborative volume with Kathleen Coessens and Anne Douglas, The Artistic Turn: A Manifesto (Leuven 2009), and numerous book chapters and articles, the most recent of which is Of Arnold Schoenberg’s Klavierstück op. 33a, a Game of Chess, and theEmergence of New Epistemic Things (Leuven 2013).