d i s t r i b u t e d c r e a t i v i t y
An Online Forum
Presented by Eyebeam and Still Water @ the University of Maine
Nov 12-Dec 19, 2003
Artists are organizing impromptu street actions by mobile phone, musicians are repurposing peer-to-peer applications for artistic ends, and programmers are distributing electronic toolkits to help artists leap from code to creation.
Distributed Creativity, Eyebeam's sixth annual online forum, investigates new paradigms for artmaking that take advantage of mobile and distributed technologies such as WiFi, Weblogs, Wikis rich Internet applications, voice over IP and social software.
Forum co-hosts, panelists and public participants from around the world, including Creative Commons, DATA, Fibreculture and Rhizome will discuss the artistic, legal, technical and social dynamics of creative networks small and large.
Invited Guests: (partial list) Cory Arcangel/Beige, Glenn Otis Brown, Michael Century, Jonah Bruckner-Cohen, Eteam, Jason Freeman, FreePoint103, Egalab, Yuri Gitman, Rachel Greene, Yael Kanarek, Geert Lovink, Craig Saper, Clay Shirky, Carol Stakenas, Michele Thursz, Duncan Watts.
JOIN US FOR A LIVE PANEL:
"Share/Share Alike: Artists, Networks & Distribution"
A conversation between Artists and Featured Guest, Professor Lawrence Lessig, Stanford University Law School
Friday, November 21, 2003 from 4-6pm
at Eyebeam, 540 West 21st Street
[between 10 & 11th Ave.]
$5 public / $2 Eyebeam members
The public is invited to participate online at:
11/12-18 Copyleft, Right and Center: Innovations in Law
11/19-25 Mobile Creativity: Innovations in Technology
11/26-12/2 Digital Karma: Innovations in Ethics
12/3-9 Whose Version? Innovations in Authorship
12/10-16 Mod the Market: Innovations in Commerce
12/17-19 Wrap Up