Kate Southworth on distributive method of artworking at the symposium: CREATIVE DIGITAL MEDIA RESEARCH PRACTICE: PRODUCTION THROUGH EXHIBITION 2
Kate Southworth who leads iRes Research Cluster in Network Art delivered a paper on distributive method of artworking at the AHRC funded Collaborative Research symposium titled CREATIVE DIGITAL MEDIA RESEARCH PRACTICE: PRODUCTION THROUGH EXHIBITION 2.
This two-day research-training event explored current design and curating practice research, and embraces new alternate models of creative production and dissemination, in consultation with CRUMB at the University of Sunderland. With participation from Kitchen Budapest; UDK Berlin Art & Design students; Digital Economy Hub researchers; Social Inclusion through the Digital Economies activities.
The event is a collaboration between Culture Lab and CRUMB. Funded by The Arts and Humanities Research Council, University of Sunderland, EPSRC Partnership Resource.
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More about the event at Culture Lab website