A panel discussion focusing on the distribution and ownership of knowledge in contemporary art and design practice. In a time of relentless cultural privatisation, how have online technologies and open culture initiatives challenged ownership? Is it possible, and necessary, for ideas, information and creative practice to become truly public?
Speakers: Marysia Lewandowska, Chris Thorpe and Dr Sarah Teasley
Red tape is a student-led programme of talks and discussions from the RCA's Communication Art & Design department. Attempting to explore the changing boundaries within contemporary art and design practice, the series brings together select panels of practitioners and theorists to confront the relevant issues and ideas that are reshaping visual communication. The talks are informed by the ongoing publication of a series of session-by-session pre-readers and a website, providing further reading material and archiving discussion recordings, interviews, and reactions.
Red tape is curated and designed by Luke Gould, Hannah Montague, Sophie Dutton and Joe Pochodzaj.
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