Creative Capitalism, Multitudinous Creativity: Radicalities and Alterities

Creative Capitalism, Multitudinous Creativity: Radicalities and Alterities

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Overview


The book aims to counter the normative functioning of creativity in contemporary capitalism with a plethora of alternatives to radical creative practices. In the first part, titled “Creative Capitalism”, five authors analyze the forms of contemporary capitalism: on the one hand, there are new ways of working which include flexibility, mobility, and especially precarity; on the other, there are new forms of recovery and accumulation.
In the second part, titled “Multitudinous Creativities: Radicalities and Alterities”, the book reflects on more autonomous creative experiments in the world.
The third part, titled "Creativity, New Technologies, and Networks", analyses the issues related to the work of creative capitalism and the possible resistance within the digital and collaborative platforms.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781498503990
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication date: 08/20/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
File size: 868 KB

About the Author

Barbara Szaniecki is professor in the faculty of design at the Superior School of Industrial Design, State University of Rio de Janeiro.

Giuseppe Cocco is professor of political theory at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Creative Capitalism

1. Cognitive, Relational (Creative) Labor and the Precarious Movement for “Commonfare”: “San Precario” and EuroMayDay.
Andrea Fumagalli

2. The case of the Braga stadium: work, spectacle and democracy in the 21st century
José Neves

3.The Common and its potential creativity: Post-crisis perspectives
Óscar García Agustín

4. Flexibility and mobility in the Creative Economy: Between "Feminization" of Creative Work and Slave Labor.
Verónica Gago (Argentina)

5. Network subjectivity and its culture of resistance: the challenges in post-fordist capitalism
Bruno Cava

Chapter 2: Multitudinous Creativities: Radicalities and Alterities

6. The creativity of the streets and the urbanism of disaster.
Clarissa Moreira

7. What Can a Face Do? What Can an Arm Do? The Brazilian Uprising and a New Aesthetic of Protest
Raluca Soreanu

8. Cognitive capitalism, the uprising of the multitude and museums:
for the "right to the city" and to "common places"
Vladimir Sibylla Pires

9. Biopolitical Shipwreck
Peter Pál Pelbart

10.Activist design in Helsinki: creating sustainable futures at the margins, the center, and everywhere in between
Eeva Berglund

Chapter 3: Creativity, New Technologies, and Networks

11. The “creative turn”: digital space and local dynamics *[1]
Sarita Albagli

12. From culture of labor to cultural labor: youth and networks in today's Brazil
Bruno Tarin

13. Autonomy, free labor and passions as devices of creative capitalism.
Narratives from a co-research in journalism and the editing industry
Cristina Morini, Kristin Carls, Emiliana Armano

14. Unblock the chain - Cooperative processes and P2P technologies: between commons and capitalist integration
Giorgio Griziotti

15. The pollination of creativity: for a basic income in the creative capitalism of network societies
Yann Moulier Boutang

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