dreaming about whether to use my ipad when I was travelling or not. would it be an enhancing tool or a negative responsibility?
CRITICAL PRACTICE: Neil Cummings- Professor at Chelsea College of Art and Design
Who owns what? Copyright/ opensource, anyone can edit content. WikipediA. workshop on how to install and edit a wiki- diverse range of people from the whole college- undergrads/ PHD students/ tutors/ librarians…
Creative Licenses: everything is copyrighted but can give people the right to use it as long as they say “I sighted it from paul Nash” etc.. like footnotes.
flat open hierarchical
Barcamp: sleeping bags. An aim and an equal will to stay untill the problem has been solved. A minute taker. Published as a wiki page so that everyone can contribute and edit or change or add to the information
Barcamps sometimes happen in closed spaces and sometimes in public spaces as open events. (Role play, performance). Noisey audience, power minimalisation, no podium flee market, flees stalls.
Rough consensus: anyone is room has authority to make decision. ONLY use open source places to advertise barcamp
Dave: introduction about his background betwixt england and Scotland from theatre design to television broadcaster.
‘ABOUT’ ; meaning of art work
This has anything to do with the ACTual artwork? Nah, yeah? How much you can know about an artwork , how much do you need to know about a work of art. A description only gives restricted info.
AN ARTSCHOOL LIQUID LIGHT PROJECTION….all to avoid getting their three pieces dirty and painting a portrait!
Ownership- deconstruction of barriers.
Make / exhibit/ d I s t r I b u t e.
A book of: ‘POLITICS IN ART SCHOOLS’, PUBLISHED IN 1979.
There was no news on a Saturday due to football being filmed so Saturday became the weekly day for illegal demonstrations to happen. Dave made The Red Star Collective to film these events.
Fitting into galleries boundaries = joint decisions about distribution. Moulding = s moulding.
Dave and co. began filming artists talking about their works and broadcast it on television. Distributing information in this way widened its accessibility and made art and artists words more appealing to more people due to the popular method of ‘getting it out there’! IN TO THE PUBLIC SPHERE
CONDITIONS OF A WORKSHOP:
Common goal/ direction/ framework
Invitation/ description of focus
2 PLUS people. Must engage and invest.
Vulnerability to increase learning level/ RISK.
Affordable money/ time etc
GOOD ELEMENTS OF A WORKSHOP:
Must be enticing
Gain: collective OR/ AND individual
Diversity (people and place,)
HAPTIC: touch, involvement, physical, creative. praxis!
BAD ELEMENTS OF A WORKSHOP:
minus 2 people
power tripping individuals
no ONE T U R N I NG UP!
toooooo many people (outlines a condition should be subscribed.)