CREATe researchers Andrea Wallace and Ronan Deazley participated in the panel discussion ‘Copyright As Frame And Prison’ on 28 April at the Phoenix Arts Centre in Leicester.
Complementing the exhibition No Copyright Infringement Intended, which includes work by Wallace and Deazley, the discussion explored the disruptive power of technological innovation on culture and copyright. A video recording of the panel discussion is now available on the CREATe Media YouTube Account.
Hosted by the exhibition’s curator Antonio Roberts, the panelists included:
- Duncan Poulton, Artist
- Shane Burke, Cardiff University
- Ronan Deazley, CREATe Researcher, Queens University Belfast
- Andrea Wallace, CREATe Researcher, University of Glasgow
No Copyright Infringement Intended is a group exhibition exploring the relationship between copyright and culture in the digital age. It investigates how the concept of ownership and authorship is evolving and coming into conflict with copyright and intellectual property laws.
The exhibition includes work by Nick Briz, Emilie Gervais, Nicolas Maigret, Christopher Meerdo, Jan Nikolai Nelles & Nora Al-Badri, Duncan Poulton, Fernando Sosa, and CREATe researchers Andrea Wallace and Ronan Deazley (Display At Your Own Risk)
Photos of the exhibition and from the opening night can be found here and the programme for the exhibition can be found here.
Funded by the Arts Council England, the exhibition is on display at the Phoenix Arts Centre from 7 April to 21 May 2017 and will be on show at Vivid Projects in Birmingham from 7-23 September 2017.