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Premsela conducts research on attitudes to copying in design and industry’s search for new ways of dealing with it. Learn more about Copy/Culture and stay up to date at www.premsela.org and on iTunes, Facebook, Vimeo and Twitter.

Episódios

  • Frans Vogelaar – Hybrid Culture

    Frans Vogelaar – Hybrid Culture

    10/12/2011

    Copy/Culture Beijing was organised on September 27th during the Beijing Design Week, focusing mainly on cultural aspects of copying. During Copy/Culture Berlin, held during the DMY International Design Festival on the 4th of June, the emphasis layed on political economy and we discussed attitudes to copying and industry's responses to it. Copy/Culture Istanbul will take place in the spring of 2012. All locations are connected through their hybrid geographical position and by their diverse design fields, dealing with both influences from East and West

  • Final Debate – Jiang Jun, Bert de Muynck, Frans Vogelaar, Ronald Tau, Anouk Siegelaar, Allen Wang

    Final Debate – Jiang Jun, Bert de Muynck, Frans Vogelaar, Ronald Tau, Anouk Siegelaar, Allen Wang

    10/12/2011

    Copy/Culture Beijing was organised on September 27th during the Beijing Design Week, focusing mainly on cultural aspects of copying. During Copy/Culture Berlin, held during the DMY International Design Festival on the 4th of June, the emphasis layed on political economy and we discussed attitudes to copying and industry's responses to it. Copy/Culture Istanbul will take place in the spring of 2012. All locations are connected through their hybrid geographical position and by their diverse design fields, dealing with both influences from East and West.

  • Bert de Muynck – Piracy Publications  the Proliferation of Copyrighted Content

    Bert de Muynck – Piracy Publications & the Proliferation of Copyrighted Content

    10/12/2011

    Copy/Culture Beijing was organised on September 27th during the Beijing Design Week, focusing mainly on cultural aspects of copying. During Copy/Culture Berlin, held during the DMY International Design Festival on the 4th of June, the emphasis layed on political economy and we discussed attitudes to copying and industry's responses to it. Copy/Culture Istanbul will take place in the spring of 2012. All locations are connected through their hybrid geographical position and by their diverse design fields, dealing with both influences from East and West.

  • Anouk Siegelaar – Towards a Stronger Copyright

    Anouk Siegelaar – Towards a Stronger Copyright

    10/12/2011

    Copy/Culture Beijing was organised on September 27th during the Beijing Design Week, focusing mainly on cultural aspects of copying. During Copy/Culture Berlin, held during the DMY International Design Festival on the 4th of June, the emphasis layed on political economy and we discussed attitudes to copying and industry's responses to it. Copy/Culture Istanbul will take place in the spring of 2012. All locations are connected through their hybrid geographical position and by their diverse design fields, dealing with both influences from East and West.

  • Allen Wang – Copyrights and the Rights to Copy?

    Allen Wang – Copyrights and the Rights to Copy?

    10/12/2011

    Copy/Culture Beijing was organised on September 27th during the Beijing Design Week, focusing mainly on cultural aspects of copying. During Copy/Culture Berlin, held during the DMY International Design Festival on the 4th of June, the emphasis layed on political economy and we discussed attitudes to copying and industry's responses to it. Copy/Culture Istanbul will take place in the spring of 2012. All locations are connected through their hybrid geographical position and by their diverse design fields, dealing with both influences from East and West.

  • Jiang Jun – A Village by the SEZ – The Dafen Example of Chinas Industrialization and Urbanization

    Jiang Jun – A Village by the SEZ – The Dafen Example of China's Industrialization and Urbanization

    10/12/2011

    Copy/Culture Beijing was organised on September 27th during the Beijing Design Week, focusing mainly on cultural aspects of copying. During Copy/Culture Berlin, held during the DMY International Design Festival on the 4th of June, the emphasis layed on political economy and we discussed attitudes to copying and industry's responses to it. Copy/Culture Istanbul will take place in the spring of 2012. All locations are connected through their hybrid geographical position and by their diverse design fields, dealing with both influences from East and West. Premsela conducts research on attitudes to copying in design and industry's search for new ways of dealing with it. Learn more about Copy/Culture and stay up to date at premsela.org and on iTunes, Facebook, Vimeo and Twitter.

  • Ronald Tau – Copy and China – A Subjective Visual-Social Survey

    Ronald Tau – Copy and China – A Subjective Visual-Social Survey

    10/12/2011

    Copy/Culture Beijing was organised on September 27th during the Beijing Design Week, focusing mainly on cultural aspects of copying. During Copy/Culture Berlin, held during the DMY International Design Festival on the 4th of June, the emphasis layed on political economy and we discussed attitudes to copying and industry's responses to it. Copy/Culture Istanbul will take place in the spring of 2012. All locations are connected through their hybrid geographical position and by their diverse design fields, dealing with both influences from East and West. Premsela conducts research on attitudes to copying in design and industry's search for new ways of dealing with it. Learn more about Copy/Culture and stay up to date at premsela.org and on iTunes, Facebook, Vimeo and Twitter.

  • Bas van Beek, Cup and Paste and Other Copies

    Bas van Beek, Cup and Paste and Other Copies

    04/06/2011

    Bas van Beek is head of design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. As an anti-designer, he criticises branding and intelligent marketing mechanisms, poor conceptualism and uncritical designer cults.

  • Final debate with Aric Chen, Henk Oosterling, Aram Sinnreich and Paul Gardien

    Final debate with Aric Chen, Henk Oosterling, Aram Sinnreich and Paul Gardien

    04/06/2011

    What will the future bring relating to Copy/Culture?

  • Marleen Stikker, Open by Default

    Marleen Stikker, Open by Default

    04/06/2011

    Trust, responsibility and reciprocity are important ingredients in an open, sharing culture. They have been discussed in relation to software development; the debate has been revived in the context of society’s ongoing informatisation. Design will have to develop a strategy of reciprocity, particularly when objects become “smart” elements in a "web of things". It will have to identify fundamental questions superseding clients’ design requirements. Marleen Stikker is the founder and director of Waag Society, a media lab that develops creative technical applications for social innovation, concerns itself with the social effects of the Internet and actively promotes open data.

  • Jeremiah Tesolin, Where Should We Be Open?

    Jeremiah Tesolin, Where Should We Be Open?

    04/06/2011

    Jeremiah Tesolin will investigate ways to develop company cultures and open them to new ways of working from the inside. On the basis of Marimekko-examples he will talk about the need to be selective where one wants to be and the need to be open in order to make a difference through the effort one puts into an initiative. Jeremiah Tesolin is a designer and brand development manager for Marimekko.

  • Sam Jacob, Copying and Sampling as a Design Strategy

    Sam Jacob, Copying and Sampling as a Design Strategy

    04/06/2011

    Copying is a design method. Through the combination of different archetypal forms and light-hearted shapes and their subsequent transfer into unexpected contextual settings, FAT's practice creates its own unexpected relevance and meaning. Sam Jacob is an environmental designer and founding director of FAT Architecture.

  • Paul Gardien, Philips Position on Copyright

    Paul Gardien, Philips' Position on Copyright

    04/06/2011

    What is Philips' perspective on copyright? Paul Gardien will tell us about design protection and patents at Philips and give us a peek at the Shapeways project, which lets consumers design their own products. Paul Gardien is head of design strategy and design innovation at Philips Design.

  • Kueng Caputo, Copy by Kueng Caputo

    Kueng Caputo, Copy by Kueng Caputo

    04/06/2011

    Kueng Caputo explore the limits of plagiarism with great respect and a touch of irony. The designers argue that the dialogue between original and copy represents an homage to the author. Conceptual designers Lovis Caputo and Sarah Kueng have been working as a duo since 2006. They are based in Zurich.

  • Janne Kyttänen, Freedom of Copying

    Janne Kyttänen, Freedom of Copying

    04/06/2011

    Copyright is dead – long live sharing! The second decade of the new millennium ushers in a new era in how we view the protection of intellectual property. In the future, work will be freely available for download. After all, copying is so '80s. Janne Kyttänen is the founder and creative director of Freedom of Creation. He began his industrial design studies at Elisava in Barcelona and graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, where he lives.

  • Galit Gaon, Exhibiting Copies of Original Designs

    Galit Gaon, Exhibiting Copies of Original Designs

    04/06/2011

    Design museums have restyled themselves from collecting, research and cataloguing institutions into dynamic, gallery-orientated organizations. Exhibitions focus on industrial and mass-produced objects evaluated by the art world’s standards. Opening a new design museum raises the fundamental question of how to define a design original versus a copy. Gaon will introduce a new perception of the exhibition itself as the new intangible design original. Galit Gaon is the creative director of the Design Museum Holon and the founder, director and chief curator of the Israeli Cartoon Museum. She has initiated and curated design exhibitions all over Israel.

  • Henk Oosterling, Honourable Copyright: Relational Authenticity in Japan and China

    Henk Oosterling, Honourable Copyright: Relational Authenticity in Japan and China

    04/06/2011

    The West sees copying as inferior to originality. In Asia, it is an acknowledgment of tradition. The West valued the past and the collective less than the future and the individual. But its attitudes changed when Asia began displaying astonishing innovation. Oosterling will situate the phenomenon of copying in an intercultural perspective, approaching the tension between copy and original from a relational philosophical perspective. Henk Oosterling is an associate professor at the Center for Philosophy and Arts at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

  • Aric Chen, China: Putting Copying in Context

    Aric Chen, China: Putting Copying in Context

    04/06/2011

    Understanding China's "copying problem" entails thinking beyond conventional wisdom and clichés. Not to do so would be to incorrectly view culture as static, China as peculiarly idiosyncratic, and authenticity as a nonnegotiable concept. In fact, China's copying culture may harbour the seeds of innovation. Aric Chen is an independent design curator and publicist. He is also the creative director of Beijing Design Week 2011.

  • Erik Spiekermann, interviewed by Lucas Verweij

    Erik Spiekermann, interviewed by Lucas Verweij

    04/06/2011

    "If you want to make financial gain out of somebody else his work, that's nasty shit, that's rip-off." Erik Spiekermann co-founded MetaDesign in 1979 and later FontShop International with Neville Brody, which has grown to be one of the largest manufacturers of digital typefaces worldwide. Spiekermann received numerous awards for his work, including the German Design Prize for Lifetime Achievement 2011.

  • Aram Sinnreich, Ethics Remixed: Emerging Attitudes about Art, Technology and Appropriation

    Aram Sinnreich, Ethics Remixed: Emerging Attitudes about Art, Technology and Appropriation

    04/06/2011

    Appropriation-based art forms, such as sampling, collage, remixing, modding and mashups, have gone mainstream in recent years. While many in the business and legal communities frame these cultures as "piracy" or "infringement", practitioners are developing a more nuanced ethical framework. Sinnreich will present new research analyzing these emerging ethical codes and explore their significance for law, industry and society. Aram Sinnreich is an assistant professor of journalism and media studies at Rutgers University.

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