|Published online: May 19, 2017||$US5.00|
Museum crowdsourcing projects commonly extend the traditional role of the curator. This paper explores a range of existing crowdsourced projects and evaluates the usefulness of theories of the commons to productively subvert the curatorial role, developing truly democratised, co-created digital cultural narratives.
|Keywords:||Crowdsourcing, Curating, Commons, Co-Curation, Museums, Galleries, Network Capitalism, Inclusive Neoliberalism|
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Research and Innovation, Creative and Digital Industries Hub, Southampton Solent University, Southampton, UK
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