A response to ‘Are dialogic and relational aesthetics relevant to all participatory and co-creative practitioners?’

Originally posted on On The Edge Research:
This excellent piece (Chris Fremantle’s blog 6.1.2014) frames the debate on participation and co-creation in art and design as a priviledging of process (over product) and social concerns (over artistic concerns). This presupposes in some way a radical break with what has gone before that might have particular…

Mcgeorge Fellowship, University of Melbourne

Originally posted on On The Edge Research:
Anne Douglas has been invited by the Centre of Cultural Partnerships (CCP), University of Melbourne to focus and consolidate  work on her two most recent research projects: Artist as Leader (2007-2009) and Improvisation and Experimental Knowledge (2010-2012) through the University’s Macgeorge Fellowship programme. The research will lead to…

Are dialogic and relational aesthetics relevant to all participatory and co-creative practitioners?

Originally posted on On The Edge Research:
One of the questions we asked in the conclusions of the Practising Equality paper (2013), looking across art, design, architecture and new media at practices of co-creativity and participation, is whether the development of thinking about the aesthetics of participation in art has relevance to design, architecture and new media?…

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