Distributed resource centre: A soft Infrastructure for neighbourhood creativity

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Berthelsen, C.
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2023-11-21
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Journal Article
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neighbourhoods
arts facilities
community centres
creative arts
community engagement
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Berthelsen, C. (2023) Distributed resource centre: A soft Infrastructure for neighbourhood creativity. Asylum 1 (2023): 3– 12. https://doi.org/10.34074/aslm.2023102
Abstract
This article presents the Distributed Resource Centre as a soft, low-cost, generative, and fun decentralised infrastructure for neighbourhood creativity. The article defines the concept (as flow vs stock), outlines some broad benefits (increased interfaces and resource availability, fostering of creative capability, and cost reductions), discusses the pilot and development projects which were involved in the development of the concept, and presents tentative findings for further exploration and discussion (making friends, porous, asynchronous and uncertain activity, neighbourhood = resource centre, berm = interface, multidimensional art centre). The submission ends with a coda and an invitation.
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ePress, Unitec|Te Pūkenga
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https://doi.org/10.34074/aslm.2023102
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