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  • The Balancing Act of Innovation, Philippe Silberzahn and Walter Van Dyck, Vlerick on Innovation, LannooCampus, 2010.
  • The intermediary connecting the artist and the organization, Julie Vandenbroucke, 2012, BAM.
  • art-e-conomy - theoretical reader, Marko Stamenkovic, 2007 Serbia Beograd.

 

1. The Balancing Act of Innovation, Philippe Silberzahn and Walter Van Dyck

The book The Balancing Act of Innovation by Philippe Silberzahn and Walter Van Dyck opens with the first chapter: Arteconomy as practical example for the use of art and artists for innovation. Arteconomy: Stimulating creativity and innovation through art was written by Herman Van den Broeck and Eva Cools. The book is part of the series 'Vlerick on Innovation' and was published in 2010, LannooCampus.

 

2. The intermediary connecting the artist and the organization, Julie Vandenbroucke, 2012

This text (Dutch) was written for and published by Flanders Arts Institute, a merger of VTI (Institute for the Performing Arts in Flanders), BAM (Flemish Institute for Visual, Audiovisual and Media Art) and Flanders Music Centre. The intermediaries have an important role in creating the market, in actively making connections between artists and organizations that support both. They should be well informed of changes and opportunities and continue to communicate what artistic interventions are and what their value may be for organizations, artists and society. 

 

3. art-e-conomy - theoretical reader, Marko Stamenkovic, 2007, Serbia Beograd

'Why is it important to think about economy in relation to art? Why is it important to think about the transitional economy in relation to the (post-) socialist (eastern) European art? Is it possible to offer an alternative for the one-sided, neoliberal discourse in the world of economics and in the media, through analysis of economic mechanisms in the contemporary art projects and art works?'