It was chaired by Bernice Donszelmann & Paul McGee
I tried to look at how cooperation might be different from collaboration and I used Critical Practice – a cluster of artists, researchers and academics (of which I am a part), as an example.
I'm interested in cooperative and collaborative art practice, in issues of access and participation, the impact of digital technologies and social exchanges like generosity and friendship. I recognized that these themes provide tools to enable me to think through, and think differently about the conventions of art's authorship, its ownership and distribution.
It was a great day, with lively discussion.
You can see the notes for the short presentation
Chelsea College of Art and Design