From Mark Simkins - drawing on the unconference approach to working out together what next to give resources to. I like it! It creates room for all kinds of mysterious and strange artness

http://theartsuncouncil.org/

This from Digicult -  digital art as commodity. or artist as provider of imaginative fertilizer for the innovation economy. or (my favourite) parasitical trouble maker (see the Labour of Extrange Rebekah Modrak, Marialaura Ghidini) I am appreciative of the work done in putting this together - and find most of it troubling
http://www.digicult.it/wp-content/uploads/TheCulturalEconomyOfMediaArt.pdf

This about CASCO An arts project focused on a feminist construction of the cultural commons.
http://www.weareprimary.org/2017/08/the-commons-by-lianne-mol/
But as Helen's friend Zecica has said it is very hard to reconcile commons production with systems of money and commerce. So still bashing my head against this one.

~ Ruth

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