Institutional Horizon (noun)

/instəˈt(y)o͞oSH(ə)n(ə)l həˈrīzən/

  1. A conceptual border of a public organization, behind of which ideas conceived inside the organization fold in on themselves without having an impact on the world around the organization
  2. A border behind which ideas will be appropriated by the public organization. After entities cross the institutional horizon they will lose their autonomy
  3. The endpoint of established self organized creative projects after which the project mission and/or public perception of project begin to dictate creative work of participants and organization members.

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