co–creation analytics

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    co–creation analytics
     
    we developed several methods to exemine this process
    push one’s arm while he is drawing
    destruct our photographic portraits
    work on the same image simultaneously in google drawings
     
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    First time we examined the visual results of distraction in the process of creation. While one of us drew or painted a predefined element or system the other one pushed or distracted his hand. This new technique provoked new ways of concentration and attention to the work of the other person. [names on the page inditace who draw the image]
     
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    In our second experiment we printed, teared, cut, folded, destructed our photographic portrait. Some of the collages are the result of co—creation, while others are individually done.
     
     
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    In our third experiment we created imagery completely collaboratively. We used a simultaneously editable online canvas, which was a new graphic environment for both of us. We saw the same image on our computer screen. We could instantly edit and add shapes, images and text without a predefined concept or purpose. We always felt the image is resolved at the same time though.
     
     
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    benedek takacs, daniel kozma
    photo: jonatán urbán
    mome 2015