If the conventional (capitalistic) concept of creativity is primarily to serve novelty + commodification, does this change our view of the threat to creativity in the age of AI?
What if we could untangle the demand for novelty from our concept of creativity?
Would we use our creativity to "say" more? Would we create more beauty? Would we solve more of our real problems?
Would things made with our hands take on a different sort of value? Would our view of material things change? Would we consume differently? Would we be more discerning about what does not need to be made?
It might just be about the questions + what we do with them.