Collaboration and Participation

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Section Overview:

Discuss three sections:

  1. Approaches to collaboration
  2. Definitions of collaboration and participation
  3. Collaboration in art

I'm thinking about:

  1. Collaborative turn...cultural phenomena...age of participation (connect this to there being no general theory of collaboration)
  2. Instrumentalization of collaboration
  3. Collaboration as a trend
  4. Collaboration as a practice
  5. What differentiates creative collaboration from other types?

GTC = General theory of collaboration

+ http://mark-elliott.net/view/Dissertation/IntroductionDissertation#1_5_Contributing_Works_and_Theme

+ Aesthetics of collaboration

LITERATURE

+ T.S. Eliot and the Art of Collaboration by Richard Badenhausen

FILM

+

MUSIC (connect with improvisation)

+ Polyphony: Think Bakthin

EDUCATION

BUSINESS

+ Radical Collaboration

INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION

COLLABORATION AND AUTHORSHIP...anticipates the next section

+ Ede text

+ Collaboration and Concepts of authorship

+ Collaboration

+ Sociology and Architecture


DEFINITIONS:

2. Looks at definitions of collaboration and participation gleaned from the with the express purpose of: a) making some kind of distinction between these two terms, and thinking about biases implicit in these definitions b) identifying other relevant terms



ART AND COLLABORATION

HIstorically:

Contemporary:

1. Maria Lind 2. Claire Bishop 3. Brian Holmes (?) 4. Grant Kester