Art 2.0

Can a work of art be the product of collective creativity? We are used to think to the artist as a very peculiar individual, mostly self-centered, out of schemes, sometimes introverted and asocial, often capricious and extravagant, not really inclined to teamwork and collaboration.

However creativity is a human characteristic, that is, each of us, some more some less, is creative. So what about collective creativity, that is, sharing ideas to be modeled, adapted, represented, painted, sculpted, arranged, executed together? Not like an orchestra that is playing together under a direction, but rather like jazz improvisation applied to any possible flavor of art.

This is what I call Art 2.0, and in my opinion we are mature to try, now.

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