Art, technology and culture: the policy/political link

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October 5th, 2011 - Open Session:
“Art, technology and culture: the policy/political link”
at the 5th World Summit on Arts and Culture (Melbourne, Australia)

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Art, technology and culture: the policy/political link

  1. 1. ARTS, CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY: THE POLITICAL/POLICY LINK OPEN SESSION 5th World Summit on Arts and Culture 2011 Melbourne, Australia Wednesday, October 5th - Room 103, 16:00Mauricio DelfinDirectordelfin@culturaperu.orgwww.culturaperu.org
  2. 2. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS
  3. 3. Background 1:arts and technologies
  4. 4. Imagination action - research problem-solvingprogramming/coding craft-work-labour aesthetics/ethics
  5. 5. digital  art  prac+ce  as  problem-­‐solving  
  6. 6. Background 2:civic engagement in cultural policy design
  7. 7. Cusco, PerúSeptember 30th, 2009
  8. 8. What  is  at  stake?  
  9. 9. cultural  value  economic  value   public  value  
  10. 10. Four  months  ago…  Another  surprise…  
  11. 11. movilization/advocacy civil society civic engagementcollective intelligences citizenship (cultural) rights
  12. 12. civic  engagement  as  problem-­‐solving  
  13. 13. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS
  14. 14. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS
  15. 15. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS
  16. 16. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS
  17. 17. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS
  18. 18. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS INTERCONNECTION INTERCULTURALITY INTERDISCIPLINARY
  19. 19. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS
  20. 20. “developing technologies tostrengthen cultural citizenship”
  21. 21. What can we do to facilitate/foster creative intersections intechnology for cultural citizenship?
  22. 22. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS•  Epistemological conditions –  Politics of knowledge –  Knowledge systems•  Political conditions –  Terms of recognition (civil societies & institutions) –  Mandates –  Greacen: “Get them in” / Yue: “Make claims”•  Material conditions –  Informational infrastructures –  Inter-system capabilities –  Beyond Web 2.0 –  Shareable, spreadable, Open Data
  23. 23. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONSThree issues:•  Knowledge Systems•  Data & Information Politics•  Applications/Claims
  24. 24. (KNOWLEDGE) SYSTEMS
  25. 25. flexible categories
  26. 26. inclusive categories
  27. 27. alternative instrumental value of information
  28. 28. Cusco, PerúMarch 29th, 2011
  29. 29. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS Cultural  Informa+on   System  2   (Civil  Society)  Cultural  Informa+on   Cultural  Informa+on   System  1   System  3   (State  Sponsored)   (Business)   “Knowledge”  
  30. 30. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS Cultural  Informa+on   System  2   (Civil  Society)  Cultural  Informa+on   Cultural  Informa+on   System  1   System  3   (State  Sponsored)   (Business)   “Knowledge”  
  31. 31. DATA & INFORMATION POLITICS
  32. 32. Roundup  of  Global  Internet  Ac+vism  Course  Trebor  Scholz,  New  School  University  (2009)  
  33. 33. Roundup  of  Global  Internet  Ac+vism  Course  Trebor  Scholz,  New  School  University  (2009)  
  34. 34. Roundup  of  Global  Internet  Ac+vism  Course  Trebor  Scholz,  New  School  University  (2009)  
  35. 35. “institutional stress”
  36. 36. institutional evolution
  37. 37. “institutional stress” =institutional evolution
  38. 38. Roundup  of  Global  Internet  Ac+vism  Course  Trebor  Scholz,  New  School  University  (2009)  
  39. 39. Roundup  of  Global  Internet  Ac+vism  Course  Trebor  Scholz,  New  School  University  (2009)  
  40. 40. #ACAMPADA  (Spain)    
  41. 41. INFORMATION
  42. 42. Knowledge  Informa+on   Data  
  43. 43. Source:  Report  of  the  House  of  Representa+ves  Standing  CommiZee  for  Long  Term  Strategies  (1991),  Australia  as  an  Informa+on  Society,  Crasping  New  Paradigms,  Canberra,  Australian  Government  Publishing  Service.  
  44. 44. Source:  Report  of  the  House  of  Representa+ves  Standing  CommiZee  for  Long  Term  Strategies  (1991),  Australia  as  an  Informa+on  Society,  Crasping  New  Paradigms,  Canberra,  Australian  Government  Publishing  Service.  
  45. 45. Source:  Capurro,  Rafael,  and  Hjrarland,  Birger  (2003)  The  concept  of  Informa+on,  in  Theorizing  Informa+on  and  Informa+on  Use.  
  46. 46. TOP-­‐DOWN  /  BOTTOM-­‐UP:   KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION STRATEGY CROWDSOURCING STRATEGY Knowledge   Knowledge   TRANSLATION TRANSLATION Informa+on   Informa+on   [ SPECIALIST] [ NON-SPECIALIST] “Behaviors”   “Data”   [ CROWDSOURCED ] Source:  Conference  -­‐  Delfin,  Mauricio  (2011):  “Todos  somos  dateros”  (We  are  all  data-­‐providers):  Internet-­‐based  par+cipatory  strategies  to  strengthen   ci+zenship,  promote  health  and  quality  of  life  in  Peru.  ASI  “Cultures  of  the  Internet”  -­‐  McGill  University,  2011.    
  47. 47. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS Cultural  Informa+on   System  2   (Civil  Society)  Cultural  Informa+on   Cultural  Informa+on   System  1   System  3   (State  Sponsored)   (Business)   “Knowledge”  
  48. 48. KNOWLEDGE INTERACTION
  49. 49. SISTEMA DE INFORMACIÓN CULTURAL
  50. 50. APPLICATIONS/CLAIMS
  51. 51. Open Data
  52. 52. Open Data Open data is the idea that certain data should be freely available to everyone to use and republish as they wish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control. The goals of the open data movement are similar to those of other "Open" movements such as open source, open content, and open access. (open data, open standards, and open source)Source:  Wikipedia.org  
  53. 53. Open Data•  “We-Government” (seems oriented towards “gadgetization”)•  “App” fever (which requires a particular economy)And/or:•  Vigilancia Ciudadana (Citizens monitoring)•  Denuncia (Denunciation)•  Knowledge interaction
  54. 54. Extensible  Markup  Language  (XML)   The  comma-­‐separated  values  (CSV)     “set  of  rules  for  encoding  documents     “pseudo-­‐file  format;  a  set  of  file  formats     in  machine-­‐readable  form.     used  to  store  tabular  data  in  which       numbers  and  text  are  stored  in     The  design  goals  of  XML  emphasize     plain-­‐text  form  that  can  be     simplicity,  generality,  and  usability     easily  wriZen  and  read  in  a  text  editor”   over  the  Internet.”  Source:  Wikipedia.org  
  55. 55. Open Data can allow us to generatenew arguments and develop specific applications (software, strategies, mechanisms) through an “open processing” of information
  56. 56. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS•  Epistemological conditions –  Politics of knowledge –  Knowledge systems•  Political conditions –  Terms of recognition (civil societies & institutions) –  Mandates –  Greacen: “Get them in” / Yue: “Make claims”•  Material conditions –  Informational Infrastructures –  Inter-system capabilities –  Beyond Web 2.0 –  Shareable, spreadable, Open Data
  57. 57. CREATIVE INTERSECTIONS Cultural  Informa+on   System  2  Cultural  Informa+on   Cultural  Informa+on   System  1   System  3   “Knowledge”  
  58. 58. What  is  at  stake?  
  59. 59. Thank  you  

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