Telematic Governmentality: Digitising Theatre, Intensifying Policy

Digitisation offers a way of understanding the micro-stakes of artistic practice in the macro-tensions of cultural policy. European cultural policy has arguably undergone four transformations since its inception in the 1960s and 70s: 1) emphasising excellence and democratisation, 2) increasing decentralisation and regionalisation, 3) including entertainment culture and the cultural industries, and 4) characterised by…

“Let Culture Loose”

“Let Culture Loose wants to take creativity out on the streets in Kroksbäck/Holma! The stories of the locals are at the centre. In the Summer of 2018 we will have a big show together in the neighborhood. The project is driven by Flamman Ungdomarnas Hus (youth centre Flamman) together with MKB (Malmö public housing company)…

Cultural Policies, Metrologies and the Dispositif of Art Management

Cultural policies are analyzed as producing what Latour calls metrologies; that is, measuring devices and, by extension, concepts and instruments that contribute to the progressive socialization and naturalization of art effects such as social sustainability, community cohesion, social capital, and innovation. The case analyzed will be the art scene of the city of Malmö, its policies…