About this site
Crowd Society is a research project about the cultural, social and political implications of an emergent crowd economy. To start with, we focus on the transformative potential as well as associated problematics of these new forms of peer-to-peer interaction within the fields of art and architecture.
This wiki is the project's collaborative knowledge database. It is edited by researchers and students from a network of universities, including the Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, London and the Visual Culture Unit, TU Wien, and functions as a knowledge hub amongst all the people involved.
To get a first idea about the scope of this wiki, see the Index of All Pages.
So far, editing is restriced - you need to receive an invitation to contribute to this wiki. Please feel free to contact the
Admin for approval.
If you don't know how to create or edit an article use our how-to and try the Testpage.
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