It would be typical to start the review of a book by summarizing its content, but I think that ‘The Metamorphosis of Cultural and Creative Organizations: exploring change from a spatial perspective’ calls for something different.
The book employs various lenses and dimensions from philosophy to management to bring together the work of academics focused on cultural and creative industries from very different theoretical angles.
Thus, I have decided to use the tools and hints provided by the book to analyze one of the most interesting experiences I have had after the lockdown, as one experience which truly motivated me to rethink my research focus on the past year. I have picked a recent event because I believe the book helps to connect the dots of how the cultural and creative industries have changed (and are changing) in the present times through the lens of space; consequently, how we – as users of space, as well as researchers of space – perceive the space is crucial.
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