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Monthly Archives: November 2011

These are all through iTunes ( yes, I can see the irony).

Individual ones

Common as Air – Lewis Hyde

Interview – Lewis Hyde

Pirate Philosophy – Gary Hall

Culture and Technology – Jaron Lanier (You are not a gadget)

Computers and Culture – Jaron Lanier

You are not a gadget – Jaron Lanier

Another You are not a gadget – Jaron Lanier

Online Middle Class – Jaron Lanier 

Free culture (Stanford)- Lawrence Lessig

The Piracy Paradox – Chris Sprigman (really interesting researcher)

Scissored and Paste: The King James Bible

Subscriptions

IP Law Podcast

The Center for Internet and Society

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AND is pleased to participate in MISS READ 2011.
We will present recent publications and The Piracy Project will exhibit selected works from the Piracy Collection and launch the printed catalogue: The Piracy Collection as of 25 November 2011  (92 pp, black& white, special launch price €6)

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Please come along if you are in Berlin and join the Open Mic.

I’m a pirate, are you?
Open Mic
Sat 26 Nov 5–6 pm
KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

We are interested in the methodology of piracy and its significance for contemporary culture.
The word piracy is applied to very different activities ranging from file sharing to attacking freight ships, from the production of counterfeit goods to mixing culture and to political parties.
We, The Piracy Project, are not only interested in your bit-torrent or fake goods, but whether you use the works of others to build your own? Have you been pirated yourself and feel robbed of your intellectual property? Where are the limits in our engagement with culture?

We would like to hear from you. Your input can be a detailed declaration or as short as one sentence. Everyone’s thoughts will be captured.

For the third time MISS READ has invited international publishers and artists to show their books at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin. As a genre of its own, the artist book reflects contemporary ways of artistic production and publishing to a great extent and also addresses issues of presentation and circulation as well as new strategies of distribution. Presenting a selection of more than 80 of the most active contributors in this field, the festival provides the opportunity to encounter and explore the contemporary scene of independent publishing.

A Prior Magazine, Ghent | Afterall, London | AKV Berlin, Berlin | AND Publishing, London | Anita Di Bianco,New York/Berlin | Apparent Extent, Cologne | Archive Books, Berlin | argobooks, Berlin | Art Metropole,Toronto | Automatic Books, Venice | b_books, Berlin | ballabella papers, Berlin | Bartleby & Co., Brussels |Bedford Press, London | Boabooks, Geneva | BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE, Berlin | Brinkmann & Bose, Berlin | Broken Dimanche Press, Berlin | Bücherbogen, Berlin | Bücher & Hefte, Berlin | Camera Austria, Graz | Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht | Dutch Art Institute/MFA ArtEZ, Arnhemedition fink, Verlag für zeitgenössische Kunst, Zurich | Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich | Edition Taube, Stuttgart |EN/OF, Berlin/Kleve | Errant Bodies, Berlin | Fillip, Vancouver/Berlin | Fritz Balthaus, Berlin | FUKT magazine for Contemporary Drawing, Berlin | GAGARIN, Antwerp | GRAPHIC magazine, Seoul | hard copy (HEAD — Genève & Monospace Press), Amsterdam | information as material, York | Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht | Knust/Extrapool, Nijmegen | Kunstverein Publications, Amsterdam | LemonMelon, London |Lubok Verlag, Leipzig | Mathieu Copeland Presents, London | Maximage, Berlin | Merve Verlag, Berlin |Michael Baers, Berlin | Michalis Pichler, Berlin | mono.kultur, Berlin | Morava, Poznań | Mörel, London |Motto Books, Berlin | Mousse Publishing, Milan | Nebula Books, Copenhagen | Occasional Papers, London |OEI magazine, Stockholm | OMMU, Athens | Onomatopee, Eindhoven | Paraguay Press, a division of castillo/corrales, Paris | Passenger Books, Berlin | Piktogram & Bureau of Loose Associations, Warsaw |Pork Salad Press, Copenhagen | Precinct, London | Pro qm, Berlin | Provence, Berlin/Nice | Publication Studio, Portland | Rafaela Drazic & DeLVe, Zagreb | Revolver Publishing, Berlin | Rollo Press, Zurich | Roma Publications, Amsterdam | Sara MacKillop, London | Scriptings/Achim Lengerer, Berlin/Amsterdam | Space Poetry, Copenhagen | Spector Books, Leipzig | Starship, Berlin | Sternberg Press, Berlin | Studienzentrum für Künstlerpublikationen in der Weserburg, Bremen | THE GREEN BOX, Berlin | The Piracy Project, London | The Surplus Library Ugly Duckling Presse, New York | umool umool, Amsterdam | urban art info, Berlin | Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne | Verlag Silke Schreiber, Munich | Westphalie, Vienna | Wiens Verlag, c/o Wien Lukatsch, Berlin | X Marks the Bökship, London | Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Ljubljana

Opening Party at Café Bravo: Friday, 25.11. 2011, 9–12 pm

Miss Read opening hours
Friday, 25.11. 2011, 3–9 pm
Saturday, 26.11. 2011, 3–9 pm
Sunday, 27.11. 2011, 12–7 pm

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststr. 69, D-10117 Berlin

For more info:
www.andpublishing.org
www.kw-berlin.de

“If you want to have agency on a democracy, or creativity, you need to be able to be the actor. Therefore you need property rules that allow you to act, therefore you should be cautious of property rules that excludes you from action.”

This book is amazing and Lewis Hyde is even more amazing.

Download the video of the lecture, it’s a great introduction to the book.