“Re-thinking Artistic Knowledge Production: Global Media Cultures—Distributed Creativity.” An Introduction
AbstractAn introduction to the section, “Re-thinking Artistic Knowledge Production: Global Media Cultures—Distributed Creativity,” which features two contributions chosen from a symposium with the same title that took place May 23‒24, 2013 based on a collaboration between members of the DFG research network “Medien der kollektiven Intelligenz” (2011–2014, University of Konstanz) and hosted by the chair of global art history at Heidelberg University.
Academic discipline and sub-disciplines
art history, anthropology, cultural studies, transcultural studies,
Type, method or approach
transcultural studies; art historical approach; cross-disciplinary reflection
collaborative artistic and aesthetic practices, collective artistic practices, global media cultures, distributed creativity, transculturality
How to Cite
Koch, F. (2015). “Re-thinking Artistic Knowledge Production: Global Media Cultures—Distributed Creativity.” An Introduction. The Journal of Transcultural Studies, 6(2), 64–69. https://doi.org/10.17885/heiup.ts.23490
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