Should new modes of Leisure & Entertainment be created (or anticipated) that do not vector in on “industrial” entertainment models of production, distribution â€” even genre? That is, why would we expect that the forms of media apparati that are dominantly understood as “entertainment” or as “leisure” be able to accommodate the modes of of such media today?
Should DIY (or amateur) media production (or even DIY craft, DIY electronics, etc.) aspire to emulate or work within, say, Hollywood standards (or standards of commodity craft or electronics)?
Goal: Understand the possibilities for a reconfigured sense of what Leisure & Entertainment are in such a way that these new practices are aligned with an apparatus that is better suited to these new practices. What would that new kind of Leisure & Entertainment look like?
Trackback: Thoughts provoked by the first ACC DIY Speaker Series conversations.