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Fitting Artistic and Economic Dynamics

  • Xavier Greffe
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Part of the Creativity, Heritage and the City book series (CHC, volume 1)

Abstract

The artist-enterprise finds himself at the confluence of two production dynamics, artistic and economic: artistic because he invents new expressions and meanings and economic because these expressions must be translated into monetary values so that they can enter the market. If the artist-enterprise does not create a synergy between these two dynamics, he will find himself in an impossible situation. However, he encounters two difficulties related to differences in time frame and validation.

Keywords

Economic Viability Artistic Creativity Creative Industry Artistic Activity Design Studio 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xavier Greffe
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  1. 1.University Paris I Panthéon-SorbonneParisFrance

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