Interpassivity: What clients delegate to your brand (and why they love you for it!)
Creative Coffee Break 13
Understanding Robert Pfaller’s concept of “interpassivity” will help you gain a new perspective on your client’s needs and even develop new services or products.
In today’s podcast episode, I talk about Robert Pfaller’s theory of ‘interpassivity’ – delegated consumption and enjoyment. Applicable to both art and everyday life, the concept allows us to tackle a vast range of phenomena: culture, art, sports, and also brand building and communication. Learning about this theory will help you understand the needs of your clients and address them on a deeper, more meaningful level.
Let me know what you think about interpassivity and if you can apply it to your brand!
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