Associate Professor of Design at the University Toulouse
Anthony Masure holds a Senior Teaching Degree in Applied Arts and is a graduate of the École Nationale Superieure (ENS) in Cachan, where he studied design. He is an Associate Professor of Design at the University of Toulouse – Jean Jaurès, and co-founder of the research journals Réel-Virtuel and Back Office. He defended his PhD thesis on software design at the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, under the supervision of Pierre-Damien Huyghe. He is the author of Design and digital humanities, which was published in 2017 by Éditions B42 (Paris).
Session Title: Industry and Cinema?: what place for the creator in the organization of work?
(Hierarchy, status, role of each member in the global chain)
If we consider that the working world is an organization which requires skills and expertise in order to optimize creative, technical and economic performances, then it becomes interesting to question the human and structural issues implemented in this complex network. How does the creative act reveal itself, define itself and participate in a global process within an industrial chain, and more specifically in the world of film?