Labour, work and action in the creative process

@inproceedings{Dixon2009LabourWA,
  title={Labour, work and action in the creative process},
  author={Martin Parker Dixon},
  year={2009}
}
This paper uses Hannah Arendt's theoretical distinction between labour, work and action to provide ways of characterising different moments within artistic production. Using this model, "creativity", sometimes thought to be radically inexplicable, can be straightforwardly be aligned with the "actional". 

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