May 14th, 2010

Walking on Eggshells

The students in Elizabeth Stark‘s class at Yale this semester, “Intellectual Property in the Digital Age,” have put together a wonderful 24-minute documentary on “borrowing culture in the remix age,” including some really smart, confident, eloquent, and creative people (though I’d have liked to see some browner faces in the mix). Anyway, do check it out; it’s worth it for the mindblowing Eclectic Method intro alone —


  • 1. Pete Hoesing  |  May 14th, 2010 at 10:39 am

    The bit with Joy Garnett reminded me of another visual artist named John Wilson who does “corrected paintings,” his own brand of visual mashup.

  • 2. » M&hellip  |  July 15th, 2010 at 10:11 am

    […] embracing the moombahton tag) — with regard to a resonant quotation from DJ Earworm in that “borrowing culture” documentary I shared last week: …in the future, when people listen to music, everyone’s gonna have […]


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