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Politics of Free Culture started from a clear consensus on the panel, that the current intellectual property regime had been outdated for quite some time and was now a severe blockage to cultural production and access, and that substantial changes had become inevitable.

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Philippe Agrain speaks  about a turning point in the information ecology and the “war on sharing”. Agrain is interested in the questions of an information continuum through cultural and intellectual exchange emphasizes that the internet changed the artist-user relation.

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Felix Stalder’s interview with Olivier Shulbaum and Enric Senabre Hidalgo, from, has just been published today over at Crowdfunding is a promising field because it can address many…

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Date: Thursday, 21. Juni 2012, 19.00 –21:00 Place: Depot Breitegasse 3 A- 1070 Wien The copyright-based  models of artistic production are in crisis. Concepts of the culture or the creative…

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The Dutch experience and Austrian perspectives

Public archives are managing, in the public interest, vast increasingly digitized collections of cultural heritage. Yet, the public interest is changing in the context of networked access and new practices regarding the use of cultural goods.

Date: June 21, 14:00-17:00

Place: Depot, Wien Breitegasse 3, 1070 Vienna

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Starting in June 2012 “Creativity: innovative models of production and access” is an initiative to systematize the investigation on new models of creative production and accesses to cultural material which seek a new balance between economic sustainability of the cultural sector and access to knowledge for society, as a way to stimulate creativity on all scales. We will be looking at both emerging actors as well as established institutions. The main result is a handbook with best practices and recommendations to be distributed among the sector professionals and public opinion.

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World-Information Institute, IG Kultur Österreich, KUNSTHALLE wien:

3 November 2011, 7:30pm

KUNSTHALLE project space, Karlsplatz, 1010 Vienna

Discussion and Booklaunch with:

  • Andrea Roedig, Author
  • Monika Mokre, IKT ÖAW
  • Corinna Milborn, NEWS
  • Elisabeth Mayerhofer, IG Kultur Österreich
  • Konrad Becker, World-Information Institute

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