[RE-WATCH NOW] Mapping Collaborative Practices, during STARTS Day @ Ars Electronica Festival 2020
Interdisciplinary collaboration across the arts and sciences can create friction and uncertainty between creative partners from different backgrounds. How can we overcome these moments, and are they integral to any collaborative or emergent process? What role does art and science collaboration have in addressing global challenges in 2020?
Chaired by Richard Glover and Martin Khechara, this session counted with the participation of researchers of the University of Wolverhampton’s STARTS Methodologies research project who took part in a digital exchange of ideas. The session is now available to be re-watched in STARTS Youtube Channel.
RE-WATCH SESSION: MAPPING COLLABORATIVE PRACTICES:
Moderators: Richard Glover (UK), Martin Khechara (UK)
Speakers: Giulia Tomasello (IT), Tommaso Busolo (IT), Christian Cherene (ES), Norma Deske (DE), Pei-Ying Lin (TW), Miranda de Graaf (NL)