Copyright affects us all as we are all authors nowadays. At the same time few artists know how to work without infringing copyright. Various customs evolve, but they rarely have anything in common with black letter copyright law. This year, at CopyCamp Antonio Roberts will tell us more about such customs. Register: http://copycamp.pl/en/
Maksym Naumko will tell us at CopyCamp 2017 about challenges for digitisation projects in a state where there is no freedom of panorama and decommunization laws require that remains of the previous regime are removed. Next week! Register: http://copycamp.pl/en/
To replace composers with computers take a musical archive and a learning algorithm. A program that implements the algorithm will create a model of a digital composer, who in turn will compose own music. How many such composers will fit into your laptop’s hard drive? Join us at CopyCamp where Nick Briz will tell us more about using machine learning in music.
Where lies the boundary between inspiration and appropriation? Can designers draw from culture? Why practices common a few decades ago are no longer acceptable? Ariele Elia – Department Coordinator for the MFA Fashion Design program at the New York Fashion Institute of Technology, will talk about appropriation in fashion at CopyCamp this year. Register: http://copycamp.pl/en/
„Did they like it? – many artists would love to know. User data analysis may help to find an answer, as well as to predict trends while planning new album releases, concert tours, marketing strategies. Who owns this data and who is allowed to use it? Where lies the balance between interests of authors, publishers, and users’ privacy? This year at CopyCamp we will spend some time to seek answers to these questions. We especially would like to invite you to the presentation of Gloria González Fuster.
This year at CopyCamp Luca Guidobaldi will speak about exclusive rights in the light of the Bauman’s concept of liquid modernity. Luca works in a law firm in Rome where he assists and advises a very diverse group of clients: from italian start-ups to big international brands, from solo artists to showbiz people.
What difficulties might you encounter when running your own non-profit art collective? Are CC licenses really encouraging creativity? At CopyCamp, we will hear Piotr Płucienniczak, independent artist, publisher and a member of Rozdzielczość Chleba, speaking about his experience in digital self-publishing.
Meet Eva Lepik and Raul Veede who are actively involved in fixing Freedom of Panorama right at EU level. At CopyCamp they will present the case of their home country Estonia and explain the importance of the right to take and spread pictures of public art.