We are trying to implement a model where the usual stakeholders – public institutions, patrons, sponsors, media sources, brands – could cooperate on one or several cultural projects, while investing a small fraction of the usual required capital, whether financial, social, or technical. These would put into use the relevant infrastructure for giving the world of art the ability to work and think differently, in a more open, varied, and inclusive way.
This increase in cooperative partnerships, nationally and internationally, would allow the artist to reach a larger and more diverse audience, pooling varied resources.
These projects could take the form of websites, based on the principle of “one website = one production.” The artists and authors would thereby not lose the intellectual property rights, since they will detain the URL and its content. They could thus decide, if appropriate, the best way to share the works and how to turn a profit, as with the more classic, physical piece of art.