This paper details the inception of the Creative Digital Practice and Theory (CDPT) Mash-up event held at the Creative Cultural Industries Faculty at the University of Portsmouth, UK. The development of CDPT Research and the mash-up rationale are introduced along with contributions from all three core members of the project. The structure of the discussion looks at the convergence of technology and creativity via Dueze’s (2006) definitions of digital culture via understandings and interpretations of participation, remediation and bricolage. The outcomes of the mash-up event are then discussed with reference to copyright, ownership and future collaborations.
|Title of host publication||Mashing-up culture: the rise of user-generated content. Proceedings from the COUNTER workshop Mashing-up culture, Uppsala University, May 13-14, 2009|
|Editors||E. Hemmungs-Wirten, M. Ryman|
|Place of Publication||Uppsala|
|Publisher||Uppsala University / COUNTER|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|