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This paper reflects upon Bourdieu's concept of cultural fields, Becker's concept of 'art worlds' and the concept of networks as developed in social network analysis. We challenge the distinction that Bourdieu makes between the objective 'relations' and 'positions' constitutive of 'social space' and visible social relationships. In contrast we maintain that interaction is generative of social spaces and positions and should be integral to any account of them. Becker's position is better fromdoi:10.1177/1749975510389726 fatcat:ymtuhbyfcvf77cr5uidur35b54