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Copyright as Frame as Prison FREE

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Copyright as Frame as Prison, taking part as part of No Copyright Infringement Intended, will be a conversation around the disruptive power of technological innovation on ideas around copyright.

Featuring a panel including Jan Nikolai Nelles, one of the artists behind The Other Nefertiti artwork, Lisa Beauchamp, Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at Birmingham Museums Trust, and Francis Clarke, organiser of the Birmingham Open Rights Group.

Using the works within the exhibition as a starting point, a panel featuring participating artists and experts in copyright will discuss how emerging technologies are shaping creative processes, how (perceptions of) copyright enable/inhibit those technologically-enabled creative processes, the appropriateness of appropriation and its effect on creative practices.

This event is free. Tickets can be reserved here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/copyright-as-frame-and-prison-tickets-36686313752

Thursday 14 6.30PMSeptember
2017
2017-09-14T18:30:00Z2017-09-14T20:20:00Z

Spoken Word

Centrala

Minerva Works
158 Fazeley Street
Birmingham

B5 5RS Birmingham GB

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