[NetBehaviour] Giving What You Don’t Have | Public Screening & Discussion at Furtherfield. 26th Oct 2013
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Mon Oct 7 16:56:00 CEST 2013
Giving What You Don’t Have
Public Screening & Discussion at Furtherfield
Saturday 26 October 2013, 2-5pm
Venue: Furtherfield Gallery, McKenzie Pavilion, London.
The Event has limited Availability.
Please RSVP to book your place with Ale AT furtherfield.org
Cornelia Sollfrank will present her latest film Giving What You Don't
Have. It features interviews with individuals Kenneth Goldsmith, Marcell
Mars, Sean Dockray, Dmitry Kleiner, discussing with Sollfrank their
projects and ideas on peer-to-peer production and distribution as art
practice. The post-screening discussion will be led by Cornelia
Sollfrank, Joss Hands & Rachel Baker.
It includes the projects ubu.com or aaaaarg.org, which combine social,
technical and aesthetic innovation; they promote open access to
information and knowledge and make creative contributions to the
advancement and the reinvention of the idea of the commons.
The post-screening discussion will be led by Cornelia Sollfrank, Joss
Hands & Rachel Baker.
On the basis of the interviews of Giving What You Don't Have, we would
like to discuss some of the issues they represent such as new forms of
collaborative production, the shift of production from artefacts to the
provision of open tools and infrastructures, the development of formats
for self-organisation in education and knowledge transfer, (the
potential and the limits of) open content licensing as well as the
creation of independent ways of distributing cultural goods. An implicit
part of Giving What You Don't Have is a suggested re-conceptualization
of art under networked conditions.
Details about participants and context here...
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