Going beyond the obvious conflict analysis, new forms of doing science are needed. Thus, the concept of viscerality (simply put, the amalgamation of the rational and emotional, sensory) is introduced into methodological considerations. Benefitting from the strong metaphor of jazz improvisation as a guide for doing field study, jazz methodology is described and theoretically as well as empirically embedded. In the following step, the methodological considerations are translated into methods and their form of application. Here, ethnographic approaches are favoured and enriched by socio-spatial analysis methods.