"Walking on Eggshells" is a 24-minute documentary about appropriation, creative influence, re-use and intellectual property in the remix age. It is a conversation among various musicians, visual artists, writers and lawyers, all sharing their views on why and how we use and create culture, and how intellectual property law, originally designed to provide people with incentives to create, sometimes hinders creative production far more than it enhances it.
This film is our final project for the seminar "Intellectual Property in the Digital Age" at Yale University.
Directed and Produced by:
Interviews with (in order of appearance):
DJ Earworm (Jordan Roseman)
DJ Ripley (Larisa Mann)
E. Michael Harrington
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The School of Visual Arts: THE CASE FOR APPROPRIATION: A panel moderated by Joy Garnett - Feb 16, 2012, with Rob Storr (excerpt), Virginia Rutledge + Oliver Wasow, presented by BFA Visual & Critical Studies [VIDEO on iTunesU: itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/joy-garnett-panel/id424611105?i=111884189 ]
RELATED: Article: The Case for Appropriation: A Call to Arms:
Artist and NEWSgrist blogger Joy Garnett is joined in conversation by art historian and attorney Virginia Rutledge, critic and curator Robert Storr, and artist Oliver Wasow to discuss the creative methods and ideas associated with appropriation art today, as issues of appropriation enter the broader public and legal debate forum and copyright infringement lawsuits between artists rise. The panelists will discuss why appropriation and other forms of visual referencing are important elements of making art and how to defend these practices both in and beyond the courtroom.