Net Work: an interactive artwork designed using an interdisciplinary performative approach
Bird, Jon; d'Inverno, Mark; Prophet, Jane;
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
In this paper we outline an interdisciplinary col- laborative approach to problem solving that can be characterised as performative as both the goals and solutions develop over time through an open-ended process of trial-and-error. We describe two projects where this me... View more
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