Les territoires du crowdfunding patrimonial. Attachement patrimonial et rapports au territoire dans les opérations de crowdfunding muséal en France

Abstract : Some studies on crowdfunding argue that the cultural sector is an exception to the general logic, both regarding the recruitment of contributors, and the values that motivate them to contribute. Far from a platform’s de-territorialized logic, geographic proximity, rather than social proximity (friendly and familial relationships), could be a prominent factor for mobilizing the first circle of contributors. Based on the work done in the research program Collab, this contribution tests this hypothesis through the analysis of crowdfunding operations conducted in a dozen of French arts, science, and society museums. By focusing on the strategies developed by the project leaders, we wonder to what extend the rhetoric on territory activates contributions. We thus clarify the place of the strategic arguments related to territory in the discourses of the project leaders. In return we illuminate how the use of crowdfunding platforms leads to re-articulating the relationship between museums and territories as well as rethinking the very notion of attachment to heritage.
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Gaëlle Crenn. Les territoires du crowdfunding patrimonial. Attachement patrimonial et rapports au territoire dans les opérations de crowdfunding muséal en France. Colloque international Financement participatif : les nouveaux territoires du capitalisme ?, Cemti (Université Paris 8); Crem (Université de Lorraine), May 2018, Metz, France. pp.167-178. ⟨hal-01783732⟩

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