AND Publishing, Copy Rights panel discussion at Volume Book Fair

AND Publishing: Eva Weinmayr and Andrea Franke Cornelia Sollfrank
Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2ND

This panel brought together artists Eva Weinmayr and Andrea Francke, creators of the Piracy Project, with Cornelia Sollfrank, to discuss the legal frameworks that we engage with when dealing with each others’ work. Artists, writers and publishers are asking ‘What are the different ideologies behind these systems and what are their implications?’

The speakers explored the political and social implications of cultural piracy through examples from The Piracy Project collection.

Cornelia Sollfrank, Ph.D., is an artist and researcher working at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland. Since the mid 1990s her main interest lies in the exploration of the challenges art has to face under digital networked conditions. Her experiments with the basic principles of aesthetic modernism implied conflicts with its institutional and legal framework.

You can see a recording of the talk here.

Part of Volume: Birmingham’s Art, Book and Print Fair 5–7 December

This event was kindly supported by Capsule.

AND Publishing: Eva Weinmayr and Andrea Franke Cornelia Sollfrank
Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2ND

This panel brought together artists Eva Weinmayr and Andrea Francke, creators of the Piracy Project, with Cornelia Sollfrank, to discuss the legal frameworks that we engage with when dealing with each others’ work. Artists, writers and publishers are asking ‘What are the different ideologies behind these systems and what are their implications?’

The speakers explored the political and social implications of cultural piracy through examples from The Piracy Project collection.

Cornelia Sollfrank, Ph.D., is an artist and researcher working at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland. Since the mid 1990s her main interest lies in the exploration of the challenges art has to face under digital networked conditions. Her experiments with the basic principles of aesthetic modernism implied conflicts with its institutional and legal framework.

You can see a recording of the talk here.

Part of Volume: Birmingham’s Art, Book and Print Fair 5–7 December

This event was kindly supported by Capsule.

AND Publishing, Copy Rights panel discussion at Volume Book Fair