karin at temporaryart.org
Fri Oct 3 18:31:10 UTC 2014
thanks for the list of things to measure when involving people in collaborative research. :)
Working in interdisciplinary situations between the arts and science I often encounter confusion and conflict due to difference in economic structures between various fields. There is also often tensions due to unfullfilled expectations on what the participation actually means in terms of power relations.
As I am developing a work on this right now (in the context of participatory methods in art and urban planning), I am happy for more of the same information.
So if anyone have useful references regarding conflicts that might occur in participatory art and research projects because of different economic systems (like between academia and fine art), I am happy if you are willing to share.
In exchange I can give you my love and recognition.:)
Best regards, Karin Hansson
On 3 okt 2014, at 13:31, Jasmine Rault <raultj at newschool.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I work here at The New School, in Culture and Media, teaching feminist and queer cultural studies, and I'll be presenting as part of the "Research and Practice on Feminist / Feminized Digital Labor" Long Table discussion with several colleagues from The New School.
> My research these days looks at trans- feminist and queer cultural and intellectual economies and social lives. I've published a couple recent articles on this topic, to give a sense of what's been on my mind: “The Labour of Being Studied in a Free Love Economy” (with T.L. Cowan) in ephemera (2014)
> and “Speculative Praxis Towards a Queer Feminist Anti-Archive: A Collaborative Research-Creation Project” (with T.L. Cowan & Dayna McLeod) in Ada: a Journal of Gender, New Media & Technology (2014) http://dx.doi.org/10.7264/N3PZ573Z. I've also been thinking about racialized economies of debt, though not specifically in digital culture, which one could check out, were they at all inclined, over here: "Trading Credit for Debt: Queer History-Making and Debt Culture," (with Cowan) in WSQ (2014) https://www.academia.edu/8617626/Trading_Credit_for_Debt_Queer_History-Making_and_Debt_Culture
> Looking forward to meeting everyone soon!
> Jasmine Rault
> Assistant Professor Culture and Media
> Eugene Lang College, The New School
> 65 W 11th, Room 66
> New York, NY, 10011
> raultj at newschool.edu
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