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Who Owns History? Radicalizing Refamiarization

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Joy Garnett: June 12 4:30pm keynote address for Iona College's Inaugural Conference on Intellectual Property, June 12-13, 2009 …

Joy Garnett: June 12 4:30pm keynote address for Iona College's Inaugural Conference on Intellectual Property, June 12-13, 2009
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    With John Armitage (U. of Northumbria). Journal of Visual Culture 8:2 (August 2009)
    http://www.firstpulseprojects.com/Radicalizing-Refamiliarization_JVC.pdf

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  • 1. Who Owns History?
    • Radicalizing “Refamiliarization”
  • 2. Luc Tuymans, ‘The Secretary of State’, 2005, oil on canvas, 18 x 24-3/8 inches. The Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • 3. Joy Garnett, ‘Stones’, 2003, oil on canvas, 60 x 78 inches.
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  • 13. Mike Rosulek, For Darwin’s 200 th birthday
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  • 19. Legal Limits on Copyright Fair Use
  • 20. Professor Lawrence Lessig
  • 21. Luc Tuymans, ‘The Secretary of State’, 2005, oil on canvas, 18 x 24-3/8 inches. The Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • 22. Protestor, Aviano, Italy [Reuters Photo/Stefano Rellandini]
  • 23. Joy Garnett, ‘Stones’, 2003, oil on canvas, 60 x 78 inches.
  • 24. The Media Narrative…
  • 25. Joy Garnett, ‘Stones’, 2003, oil on canvas, 60 x 78 inches.
  • 26. “ Riot” (2003-2004)
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  • 38. Susan Meiselas: NICARAGUA, Esteli (1979).
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  • 42. Artist Tim Whidden mirrored the image on his own site…
  • 43. Artist Mark River created a “derivative” work based on Molotov that demonstrated the idea of “mirroring”:
  • 44. Artist Ryan Griffis declares “Joywar” ( a reference to “Toywar” c. 1999)
  • 45. Jess Loseby
  • 46. Joseph + Donna McElroy http://electrichands.com/shanghai-pepsi.jpg
  • 47. Michael Szpakowski : Solidarity webpage
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  • 55. Ottokin.com: Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 16:33:22 +0100 Re: tshirt Produce this shirt an fuck the Pepsi! Bye from Italy Paolo
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  • 57. “ Spook” site
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  • 59. Edwardo Navasse: http://navasse.net/joywar
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  • 61. Eryk Salvaggio: “JOY!” (ASCII ) http://www.anatomyofhope.net/joy
  • 62. Quicktime movie: “Art not Crime”
  • 63. Kate Southworth: Pirates of Penzance http://www.gloriousninth.com/piratesofpenzance.html
  • 64. Molotov Remix - consists of a jpg of Joy Garnett's painting "Molotov" sliced into 121 43px X 52px images. Each sliced image is randomly loaded via java script into one of 121 cells of an html table. Users may click on the "Recompose" link to achieve a new randomly generated recomposition each time. The chances of users hitting upon a perfect realignment of image slices is less than winning the lottery, but just in case I have a "fair use" argument ready. http://art-design.smsu.edu/cooley/molotov/ mark cooley
  • 65. Edward Tang: “Molotov Landscapes” created using a custom software in Windows C++ using Visual C++ .NET and OpenGL for graphics. http://antiexperience.com
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  • 68. [Adam Mansfield: http://sasnak.org ]
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  • 71. http://www.splatterkitty.com
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  • 78. Pau Waelder : http://www.sicplacitum.com/arte/molotov.htm
  • 79. Susan Meiselas: NICARAGUA, Esteli (1979).
  • 80. Conclusion…
  • 81. “Metropolitan Researcher”