February 06, 2004

Illegal Art: Freedom of Expression in the Corporate Age. A special edition of the magazine Stay Free. The Illegal Art Exhibit will celebrate what is rapidly becoming the "degenerate art" of a corporate age: art and ideas on the legal fringes of intellectual property. Some of the pieces in the show have eluded lawyers; others have had to appear in court. (via World of Stuart)

Includes Copyright and Music: A History Told in MP3's, and the Illegal Art Compilation CD.

  • Found the articles, in particular, of considerable interest. Thanks, dng.
  • I highly recommend the video documentary "spin".
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  • (niccolo, what browser are you using? The fancy quote marks didn't work for many of us. Looks like tracicle has since edited them out.)
  • I was using Mozilla to browse at the time, I think. The quotes I used were the angled symbols used at the beginning and the end of a quoted block of text, not the standard upright ". The reason being that I pasted my sentence into Microsoft Word to check the spelling of 'recommend'. What I meant to say was that in the video section of the illegal art website there is a documentary called Spin, which discusses how politicians manipulate the public. It is interesting, although a little dated now.