A társadalmi média szerepe az online művészet fejlődésében
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Participatory practices in art have been prominent since the second half of the twentieth century. With the arrival of the web 2.0 technologies and the Net.Art movement, more and more artists are embracing the benefits of online collaborative methods for the purposes of creating virtual artworks that potentially involve a large number of people as co-creators. The study aims to explore the creative potential of online participatory artworks as a way of creating creative communities, and their effects on the relationship between the artist, the institutions of art and the public/co-creators. The scope of the analysis is therefore extended from individual artworks to an entire art event (Guggenheim Youtube Play) and a community based art project (Marina Abramovic Institute). By understanding online collaborative art in the broader context of the art world, the study also highlights the issues concerning the quality and level of the participation of the public, the diminishing role of the institutions of art within the changed paradigm, and the problem of authorship within such art.