make space

digital ecosystem / interactive tool / in development

A digital ecosystem is a group of interconnected information technology resources that can function as a unit. It is a complex network of stakeholders that connect online and interact digitally in ways that create value for all. 

 

Interactivity is a mutually or reciprocally active relationship. It expresses the process of two people or things working together and influencing each other. In computer-delivered electronic system that allows the user to control, combine, and manipulate different types of media, such as text, sound, video, computer graphics, and animation.

make space aims first phase:

1. Community creation and network structures: hostartist.network, a digital tool to relate a network of hostartists sharing non-monetary resources for artistic purposes. hostartist.network is focused on art, and art’s relationship to society in a direct one to one node of exchange. This corresponds and acts in the creation of complex creative social dynamics. Other network structures might access sports, education, new visions, science, etc. The specifics of the network correspond to the need of its existence and development.  

 

Intrinsic to community creation is the possibility of exchange through alternative means of value beyond the present economic structures. 

 

2. Instruments or digital tools that allow for solutions from the digital to the real, expand the experience and sharing capacity, find means of connecting and creating dynamics within a network. 
Digital tools can be used for distribution purposes, showcase, as well as process creation (content related). 

 

3. Perpetuation of value, related to the construction of value, is a system through which a digital tool taps into a twofold scenario of expansion in time:
a. creative input and process by third party users
b. financial processes that adhere value upon content, minimizing speculation (yet not discerning on qualitative action through increasing returns in time), and playing on audience participation, specific to quantitative scenarios.