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Labkultur's White card : Networks as social phenomenon

How does network culture generate genuine gemeinschaft, resulting in cultural exchange?

Today, it is quite common to be part of a network – this feat is not limited to the social elite anymore. In the meantime, a lot of people benefit from networks. Be it in business or private life, they are connected well, last but not least via social media. Still, career portals in the internet are different from an actual network in the real world where you can directly interact with other persons.  Public life and cultural exchange can benefit from good networks, with art playing a big role.

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Boris Alexander Knop




LABKULTUR is a European webmagazine for culture and creativity. Over 20 authors from the Ruhr area, London, Rotterdam, Istanbul, Nantes and Košice report on cities within the world of digital and social change. They study the influence that culture has on city development and analyse the production and life situations of artists and creatives. LABKULTUR understands creativity as the engine of urban future. It is a project of ecce.

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