‘Cultural innovation’ sounds like an oxymoron, no doubt. It is not, though. It is something real that tops up social and technological innovation. Cultural innovation requires spaces of exchange in which citizens engage in the process of sharing their experiences while appropriating common goods content. We are talking of public spaces such as libraries, museums, science centres, but also of any place in which co-creation activities may occur e.g., research infrastructures such as DaRIah-Eu, which has a long list of working groups. at this level, social innovation becomes reflective and generates cultural innovation. Insisting on reflexivity helps to raise awareness for the importance of framing issues around engaging with science and society, identifying problems and defining solutions. how can we measure ‘cultur- al innovation’? The answer is, as a result of co-creation.
|Titolo:||Innovation for Inclusion and Reflection|
POZZO, Riccardo (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02.01 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|