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Collaboration and co-creation; a systems way of thinking

Gráinne Coughlan, PhD researcher at GradCAM, presented a paper at the College Art Association’s Annual Conference in Los Angeles in February. The annual conference is one of the principal and largest opportunities for art historians and interpreters of visual culture to present their research. Drawing from the literature of organisational cybernetics, Gráinne’s paper examined how contemporary collaborative art practices propose alternative models of social organisation through detailed examination of the Co-Creation methodology used by Italian cultural association Artway of Thinking. Presenting their Co-Creation methodology as a unique and under used form of facilitating collaboration. Gráinne’s paper contributes to current collaborative arts discourse and emphasises often overlooked managerial aspects of collaborative art, by investigating how attention to organisational complexity, critical management, and “good governance” proposes alternative models of social organisation through collaborative practice.

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