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Danny Butt on Mon, 10 Oct 2005 08:20:54 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime-ann> [site] Tate Online forum - Common Ground: Collective practice & shared knowledge

Common Ground _collective practice & shared knowledge

Tate Online - September 26 - October 21, 2005

Reviewing intellectual property in light of a variety of cultural 
relationships to notions of property, collaboration, and circulation. 

Reflecting on case studies which elucidate both traditional 
indigenous and contemporary media practices, that are innately 
shared, distributed, time-based, seasonal or nomadic concepts. 
Considering the value of aural histories, performative and media 
practices; which embody themselves in both private and collective 

This 4 week panel discussion will be moderated by Danny Butt - 
independent consultant and researcher in culture and technology. The 
panel will include contributions by:

Florian Schneider - Writer, Filmmkaker and Activist,

Dr. Jane Anderson - Visiting Research Fellow at the Australian 
Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

Raqs Media Collective - Monica Narula, Jeebesh Bagchi and 
Shuddhabrata Sengupta - Artists and Co-founders of The Sarai Media 
Lab in Delhi

Cheryl L'Hirondelle - net.artist, performance artist and storyteller

Florian Cramer - Writer and one of the working group for runme.org 
repository for Software Art

Yuwei Lin - Sociologist and Research Fellow based at the Department 
of Information Systems, Marketing and Logistics at the Vrije 
Universiteit Amsterdam.

Accompanying the panel discussion is a public forum. The forum runs 
in conjunction with Open Congress, on October 7 and 8 - aspects of 
which will be webcast live and archived online during the discussion. 

This two day congress will explore, through its structure and 
content, how Open Source inspired methods can transform art and its 
institutions =96 by challenging conventional practices of authorship, 

ownership and distribution. The forum will be running for two weeks 
leading up to Open Congress, live during the event, and remain open 
for another two weeks for reflection after the congress.

You are invited to visit the site and contribute to the public forum 
through the course of the event.


Cultural Futures - December 1-5, 2005

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