Our strategy to disseminate results is key. It is reflected by the creation of a team dedicated to this task. As we are dealing with the subject of how public space is organized, produced results will be disseminated not only through classical academic networks and channels but also through inventive and unconventional means in order to reach a wider audience.
Therefore, our dissemination strategy will have two directions: a concentric internal diffusion among scholars and students working on cultural management issues in the fields of art, design, architecture, and an eccentric diffusion geared toward non-specialist spectators, citizens, people who inhabit and make the CCTPs, should they be social and creative workers, publics, visitors, participants as well as developers, urban planners and policy makers.
In our experience, the challenge of creating hybrid forms that mix art and research results is to create a mediation that makes complex ideas understandable by the many without toning it down. Building on our experience publishing a journal, we think that it is of the utmost importance to create a dissemination strategy that addresses at the same time to the scientific communities and to citizens, users of said places. To do so, we will find “alternative spaces” to disseminate research, as we did in the past by applying the DYSFUNCTION methodology (2017). In that context, spreading knowledge about work mutations and questioning existing policies and practices will be reached by building up three types of material.