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Last Post 11/17/2010 4:50 AM by  TBG and Studio
Intellectual property and new Internet technologies
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11/17/2010 4:50 AM

    Temple Bar Gallery & Studios presents:


    Public panel discussion


    Intellectual property and new Internet technologies.


    Panellists :

    Jim Carroll (Music Journalist, The Irish Times)

    Keith Donald (Chairman of IMRO, Irish Music Rights Organisation)

    Conor McGarrigle (Internet artist)


    Saturday 27th November at 3 pm

    Free event

    All Welcome


    Temple Bar Gallery & Studios

    5-9 Temple Bar

    Dublin 2


    For further information contact

    Rayne Booth: rayne@templebargallery.com 01 6710073


    The current exhibition At Temple Bar Gallery & Studios is entitled I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I’m not sure you realise that what you heard is not what I meant' , by Alan Butler. The work in the show engages in both appropriation of third party materials and the sharing/distribution of culture online. Using found and appropriated clips of mainstream entertainment, Butler remixes and subverts highly recognisable mass media images, creating a hybrid art work which critiques current global politics

    In the context of Alan Butler’s current solo exhibition at Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, this panel discussion will focus on the ways in which intellectual property, particularly art and music, is disseminated and distributed today. The aim of this event is to open up debate around copyright for artists and musicians and to discuss whether copyright laws should now change to reflect the new ways in which intellectual property is consumed via the internet.


    Please note that 27th November is also Temple Bar Gallery & Studios’ annual open studio day, and lecture attendees are welcome to visit the 30 artists’ studios in the building either before or after the lecture. The open Studio day takes place from 2-6pm.


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