MITTE’s executives organised an exciting symposium in the Ludwig Museum.
The topic of the event was the linkage of creative industries and the interoperability established by the new multidisciplinarity. The symposium was supported by the National Cultural Fund of Hungary and was implemented in cooperation with the Studio of Young Photographers.
The digital revolution has provided hitherto unseen liberty to creators, allowing them to appear on the maps of creative industries bypassing the conventional stages of professional advancement. What effect does this have on the market and the various professional branches? Does a democratised culture lead to products of higher quality, or does this solely make the scene more crowded, making it more difficult for real talent to emerge?