London’s Digital Ecologies of Collaboration

  • London's Digital Ecologies of Collaboration
  • London's Digital Ecologies of Collaboration
  • London's Digital Ecologies of Collaboration
  • London's Digital Ecologies of Collaboration
  • London's Digital Ecologies of Collaboration

London’s Digital Ecologies of Collaboration 

The installation was launched on 29 April 2016 at Kings’ College, London as part of the Creativeworks London Festival, celebrating four years of the knowledge exchange hub by exploring the capital’s creative economy and bringing London’s researchers, creative entrepreneurs and businesses together.

The installation encompassed five areas of critical enquiry and documented 20 projects supported by Creativeworks London between 2012 and 2016 .

Digital Transnationalism looked at cultural interconnectivity across geographical boundaries;
Digital Heritage Commons explored the way in which communities think about their environment, past, aspirations and futures;
Democratisation and Digital Space looked at dynamic networks revealing new subjectivities and agency in divided societies;
Active Digital Public(s) reflected on the process of meaning making of art and digital technologies through artistic co-creation and public engagement;
Digital Tools of Innovation showcased the potential for digital to overturn old systems of production and consumption via new forms of distribution of resources and relationship to the natural world.

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Credits:
Curator: Dr Alda Terracciano
Design: Cyril Shing and Alda Terracciano
Producer: Jana Riedel
Assistant Producer: Elliot Burns
Construction: Mari Reijnder

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