Managing art–technology research collaborations Online publication date: Wed, 13-Aug-2008
by Amitava Biswas
International Journal of Arts and Technology (IJART), Vol. 1, No. 1, 2008
Abstract: Several forms of art practices like digital, new media and installation art, use technology as a media for creative expressions. Artists are more adept at providing unique user experience in technology based art and entertainment. However, artists need technical help in producing technology-based art. In academic settings, collaborations between art and technology face several challenges due to differences in: the professional cultures and traditions; nature of professional training received; dominant personality types and cognitive styles of the practitioners; professional expectations; practice methods; difficulty in communication; institutional factors; paucity of appropriate project management methods and software tools. This article provides insights into: the psychology of creativity, impact of personalities, practice sub-domains, work methods, skills, several other relevant factors and issues. Finally, several short and long-range strategies are suggested regarding management of art–technology collaboration in academic research and education.
Online publication date: Wed, 13-Aug-2008
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