A PROPOSAL FROM MAINS MIL/RES, HIC&NUNC, VECAM AND LE MONDE DES DEBATS
What type of recognition do our societies give artists who use digital tech¬niques? How is it conveyed on an economic level? Who can meet the mas¬sive financial needs of these new artistic systems which require complex financial set-up? What role can businesses play in this field and what are the risks connected with the construction of a public good by private parties? In this context, can independent places of cultural innovation join hands with artists to form a privileged interface for building new relationships between art, science and industry? Much more than corporate patronage, they could be privileged points of contacts between private and public sectors for putting into place ethical and aesthetic partnerships and a transitional model of the new societies we will attempt to imagine.
- Julien Brunn, chief editor of The Monde des debats
- Pierre Oudart, Multimedia consultant to the Ministry of Culture and Communication.
- Jean-Baptiste Barriere,Composer, expert in interactive and procedural music.
- Jean Gagnon, Director of the Daniel Langlois Foundation and director of ‘Musica Falsa’ magazine.
- Pierre Lavoie, Director of Hyptique and hyptique.net, multimedia director and editor, and the director of Numer.
- Homer Corlaix, Chief editor France of Divento, Head of the magazine ‘Musica Falsa’.