Together we can do so much.
In spite of the fact that the collective, the participative or the collaborative is used in a complementary way, they acquire different nuances and suppose ways of doing things that are sometimes opposed.
The collaborative is always collective, but the collective is not always collaborative. A collective artistic practice exists when two or more individuals decide to group together to carry it out. In this sense, we establish a mechanism of internal collaboration to develop their own projects, regardless of whether they seek to collaborate with other agents outside the group.
From this perspective, collaborative practices are those that generate processes in contexts delimited by proximity or by sharing interests, which catalyze elements that can lead to changes in these contexts; that are articulated through intervention experiences generated from the critical positioning, the extradisciplinary configuration, the incorporation of specific groups or groups, and whose results promote clearly focused narratives to add to multiply.