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ART OWNERSHIP IN THE DIGITAL AGE

ART OWNERSHIP IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Perceptions on the art object, intellectual property, and data

Part of the transmediale – festival for art and digital culture berlin 2015 Vorspiel

www.transmediale.de/content/art-ownership-in-the-digital-age-perceptions-on-the-art-object-intellectual-property-and-dat

Please register for the lecture series by 15.01
Please email us at RSVP@ascribe.io if you’d like to attend. Attendance is free.

Lecture Series : 12-18
Exhibition : 11-19 “Mothership”, 2013 by Jonathan Monaghan
Address: Berlinerpool, Chausseestr 11 (entrance from Tieckstrasse)

The lecture series will raise questions around the associations of ownership through open access models, mass media, and acquisition in the digital age – specifically the ownership rights of art, intellectual property and information. As well as challenge notions of owning digital files, implications of art as data, physical to digital ideas of title ownership, and the difference between establishing access and ownership of digital information.

 

PROGRAMME

12-13: ‘Post-Soviet Collectors: Art and Identity’ by Viktoria Kisseleva,www.auctionata.com
13-14: ‘The Digital Future of Copyrights’ by Dr. Jana Moser,www.datareality.eu
14-15: ‘The Tension Between Corporate Intellectual Property Rights and the Rights of Users’ by Alan N. Shapiro, www.alan-shapiro.com/
15-16 Break
16-17: ‘The Physical Past and Digital Future of Art Provenance’ by Dr. Masha McConaghy, www.ascribe.io
17-18: Jazmina Figueroa conversation with artist, Jonathan Monaghan

 

EXHIBITION

The exhibition will run from 11.00 until 19.00, alongside the lectures. It features the video work Mothership, 2013 by Jonathan Monaghan.

Mothership appropriates characters and objects from science fiction, advertising, videogames and art history. Challenging the boundaries between the real, the imagined, and the virtual the piece travels a space between Rainbow Road, the landscape of German romantic painting, and the Technodrome. Absurdly pulling together disparate populist imagery that evokes value, power and technology into a haunting computer animated cinematic loop, it fuses luxury apartments and medical operating rooms, as well as the London financial center and a sacred cow.

-via www.jonathanmonaghan.com

 

READ MORE

https://berlinerpool.de/event/view/art-ownership-in-the-digital-age

Image Credit: Jonathan Monaghan, Mothership, 2013, computer animated HD film (courtesy of bitforms gallery)