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Both Ingrid Commandeur has already alluded to something like what I'm about to talk about, and so has Stephen Wright. Though here I've divested it of its locational/global factor, it still relates somewhat to territory. In this post, I'll describe some practices I'm attracted to in relation to this discussion. In the next post, I'll propose one hypothetical exhibition strategy, or non-exhibition strategy, produced in response to the wish to work with such practices.
One of the most notable and essential aspects of open-source cultural values (as informed by FLOSS) is the variety of authorship positions offered in place of the singular author figure that supports the formulation of classical intellectual property discourse. Here I’m speaking particularly in reference to the adoption of open source values and methodologies by the cultural realm; from critical media to contemporary art practice and their dissemination.
* authorship * commons * feminism * intellectual property * open source, Anna Colin, CB MacPherson, Disclosures, FLOSS, Mia Jankowicz, Misia, Nancy Hartshock, NODE.London, Open Congress, Open Source Boob Project, Pipeline, springheel_jack, Stephen Wright, The Diggers, Who Makes And Owns Your Work