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Title: CHALLENGES, BEST PRACTICES, AND THE FUTURE OF TRANSDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION IN MEDIA ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Authors: Poissant, Louise
West, Ruth
Malina, Roger F.
Diamond, Sara
Lapointe, Francois-Joseph
Issue Date: 7-Jul-2016
Series/Report no.: PANEL;08.11.2015
Abstract: Woven throughout the history of media art, science and technology is the practice of collaboration. As a panel we will explore: What is the future of collaboration in an era characterized by an increasing predominance of hybrid art­science­technology practitioners? How are current trends in cross­disciplinary collaboration evolving in light of the history of collaboration at the intersection of art, science and technology? How is collaborating at the intersection of art, science and technology distinct from other forms of collaboration, including large scale consortia in science and collaboration within and amongst creative and interpretive disciplines? What are the current challenges and potential benefits of such collaborations? What can the future of collaboration contribute at this art­science­technology intersection that is not possible to achieve otherwise? We will address these questions in an effort to identify a set of sufficient and necessary conditions for future collaboration in media art, science and technology. Based on their long and diverse experiences as artists, scientists, or both, this panel will present an overview of cross­disciplinary practices, either as practitioners, collaborators, or assessors of research­creation projects. We will in particular present examples of best practices and identify examples of formal training for transdisciplinary collaborations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10002/753
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