extrait : "Perhaps the problem is not what we are/aren’t offering in terms of compensation for participation. I believe that there’s a communication gap right now between artists who want exposure and organizations who want nothing more than to build a community of creative participants.
Why don’t more artists participate in museums’ social media projects? Is there anyone who’s aggregating a list of websites/social media initiatives where organizations such as museums and galleries ask for participation, so that artists can take advantage of these promotional vehicles? Is the problem that artists don’t want to buy into these sorts of prompted projects? Is the marketing initiative which is inevitably tied into all participatory social media projects to blame?"
Une vidéo collective faite sur une chanson de Johnny Cash. Une vidéo posthume pour un bel hommage émouvant.
Sur le site, chacun choisit un seul plan et y apporte sa touche personnelle avec l'aide d'une palette d'outils de dessins. Bout-à-bout ces dessins individuels forment un clip collectif de la chanson "Ain't No Grave".
Ce n'est pas un projet récent mais j'avais envie de l'intégrer sur ce scoopit en tant qu'exemple de co-création en ligne vraiment réussi.
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