Generating, Representing, Making in the Digital Age
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"Roundtable organized by Valerie Guillaume (Centre Georges Pompidou) with Danièle Bourcier and Primavera De Filippi (researchers at CERSA / CNRS and member of the French chapter Creative Commons).
With the opening mass of data, the new digital design and on-proprietarization of the work, the malaise extends throughout the chain of intellectual and artistic production. As Hadopi laws that have criminalized the practice rather than rethinking the rules have exacerbated the positions and issues. The originality, form, criteria that were at the heart of the definition (legal) work have become ambiguous and inadequate. But no definition is sacred.
This is why debate the concept of "intellectual property" with legal circles involved in open source licenses (such as Creative Commons) becomes crucial for digital communities in artificial intelligence laboratories of the CNRS, and recently in FabLabs . What is a work? It means to be (a) author?
During the meeting, which accompanies the exhibition "multiversities creative" at the Centre Pompidou, will open a discussion between artists, scientists and designers:
Who are the authors of a work group?
Speaker: Kopfschlag www.kopfschlag.com
Since late 2007 hundreds of people have worked and saved their drawings on a website. Once saved, these drawings were mounted chronologically to compose an animated film outsized.
The current copyright law does leave enough autonomy to the creators of collective works, the remix, sharing? How to reuse a work respecting the interests of each contributor and the public's rights?
Speaker: Frank Weber
Frank Weber explores the contingencies and the authority of sound matter in the context of experiments, radio or musical radical proposals. There is also a composer and sound designer for the image, and is part of a collective of indie gaming. It is defined as "disruptive noise" interference ... which are as much a goal as a method.
Why differentiate between author and designer, especially at a time when authors approach even more designers? What is the status of the replica in a world where the original has disappeared?
Speaker: Kossi Aguessy
Kossi Aguessy is a freelance designer since 2004. He was educated at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. He was resident in a Fab Lab organized by the Pompidou Centre in West Africa, in February 2012. His works are being presented at the Centre Pompidou in the exhibition Multversités creative. www.aguessy.biz
How copyright can seize works assisted, produced and / or generated by programs?
Speaker: Gilles Azzaro
Gilles Azzaro has materialized the first voice prints in the heart of 3D laser engraved gems ( www. vicivoce. com ). The experience does not stop there. Continuing its work combining art and technology, this artist has created his first exhibition this year using the techniques from his patent magnifying tridimentionnels new soundscapes.
The question of interactive works
Speaker: Nicolas Lassabe
Nicolas Lassabe co-founder of Artilect (FabLab Toulouse) will present interactive works made collectively by the members of FabLab Toulouse. These works made with machines of FabLab were partly intended to make the spectator into an actor, or "author", allowing it to act on the work ...
These reflections will be shared with the public, which, absent copyright, rightly demanding to become involved in this evolution. It will visit on this occasion the exhibition at the Pompidou Centre on the theme Generating, Representing, Making.
Saturday, June 16 11h - 13h / Workshop 1"