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COPYRIGHT AND THE REMIX

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Transcript of COPYRIGHT AND THE REMIX

POP ART APPROPRIATION
Pop Art Appropriaton
Roy Lichtenstein-both Comic Book Style and Pop Characters
Historical and Contemporary Tension: Privatization vs. the Commons
Areas of Life that are being Privatized:
Music: Folk Music, LPs, CDS, to Creative Commons and Digital Piracy
Games: Third World Game Piracy as Ludoliteracy?
Art: From Craft, Style to Concept
Nature to Science: Ownership of botanical genes in the Amazon? North American Pharmacudical Co? Brazilian Government? Amazonian Tribes?--who has easier access to IP legal services?
Knowledge: Who can access IVLE?
Art Appropriaton of Other Artists = Copyright Infringement?
Art Rogers vs. Jeff Koons
Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Net Art Remixes/Multiple Copies
Seminal Text: Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, Walter Benjamin
COPYRIGHT AND THE REMIX
Today
1. Intellectual Property
2. Appropriation
3. Creative Commons
4. Dubbing
5. Remixing in the Digital Age
Break
6. Remix Assignment
7. Reading Discussion
Types of Intellectual Property
Industrial, Corporate Scientific, Genetic, Often takes form of registered Patents or is held within Corporation
Artist and Author's Copyrights= ways ideas are expressed in art, music, film, drama etc., Copyright automatically confered upon creation of work and can be sold
Public Domain--General Knowledge and Culture, That which hasnt been privatised yet or has been released to public with GNU license, CC, clip art etc. Also, typically after 70 years + lifetime of Author copyrights become public Domain
APPROPRIATION
Making Pop Culture Your Own Mass Media vs. Individual Artist OR Fan
Jeff Koons
Appropriation and Fair Use Factors: What degree of transformation? Is the core expression of the idea copied? Financial Profit?
Copying to Learn: Educational Fair Use
Art Apprentice Copies Master,
In Music play covers before original, in Software learn by copying code etc.
http://dollyoko.thing.net/doll00.htm
http://myboyfriendcamebackfromth.ewar.ru/
Fan Art and Appropriation
Fan Zines, Fan Fiction, Cosplay, Seminal Text:
Henry Jenkins, Cultural Poachers
Parody as part of Fair Use permitted but Fair Use also depends on subjective morals of judge and Jury...and local IP laws
Adbusters
Art Appropriation
Art Appropriation
After Walker Evans
After Mondrian
Sherry Levine's Appropriatons of Signature Art Styles
Digital Remixes, Mashups
Why does Lawrence Lessig says I.P laws stifle creativity?
Open Source and Free Software
GNU License: (1) assert copyright on the software, and (2) offer you this License giving you legal permission to copy, distribute and/or modify it.
Audio Dubbing in Carribean Reggae and American Hip Hop Sampling--Music of the People?
Creative Approaches to Remixing: Scratching, DJing, Vjing
Process: Solo and Audio/Visual Collaborations
Venues: Live Performance, Dance Clubs, Sound Art Festivals like Sonar, Rotterdam Sound Art.., also: Dorkbot, Internet
Live Urban Vjing: Light Festivals and Public Performances
Remix Performance Assignment
Leonardo Da Vinci, Marcel Duchamp
R.O. (Read-Only) vs. R.W. (Read-Write) Culture
High-Low Kareoke Remixes of highly produced Pop by regular Joes (Anyone can be
a cultural producer/remixer)
Justin Bieber
Song?
INTERNET REMIX: THE MASH-UP
Michael Jackson vs. Guns n Roses, etc.
Cory Arcangel--from Nintendo Hacks to Youtube Remixes
David Woo(MAXMSP/JITTER)
Game of Patience (SG)
http://www.meta.am/fract/
DJ Spooky a.k.a. Paul Miller
Dub music is characterized by a "version" or "double"[16] of an existing song, often instrumental, using B-sides of 45 RPM records and typically emphasizing the drums and bass for a sound popular in local sound systems. A "version" is a record with the vocals removed, the alternative cut of a song made for the deejay toast over the top. These "versions" were used as the basis of a new songs by rerecording them with new elements.[17] The instrumental tracks are typically drenched in sound effects such as echo, reverberation, with instruments and vocals dropping in and out of the mix. -Wikipedia
http://www.derivative.ca/Events/2013/PerformanceInterfaces/
Mary Frank's and other Custom Live Video/Audio Software using TouchDesigner as a Base
1. Select a Video or Audo/Visual Remix Software or "patch" made with TouchDesigner, Pure Data, VVVV, MaxMSPJitter etc.
2. If possible research biography of maker/remix artist
3. Conduct short "VJ" performance/demo in class
Richard Stallman
Linus Torvalds (Linux Kernel)
"Free as in free to copy, not free beer"-Richard Stallman
VNS Matrix/Francesca di Ramini
Olia Lialina
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