Paper: Collaboration models in Big South Lab

Title: Collaboration models in Big South Lab

Author(s): Anne Nigten, Lars Kynde, Andreas Zingerle, Tyler Freeman
Email: anne(at)patchingzone.com, larskynde(at)hotmail.com, andreas.zingerle(at)ufg.ac.at, tyler(at)odbol.com

Published at: ISEA conference 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Abstract:

This paper highlights the co-creation processes of two electronic art and design works in  the Big South Lab; the VJacket coordinated by Andreas Zingerle and Tyler Freeman and The Big South Orchestra, coordinated by Lars Kynde and Maartje van den Hurk in collaboration with 12 youngsters. We’ll examine the design models and the co-relation between the deployed collaboration models and the projects’ qualitative outcomes or co-ownership.

 

 

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