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Phantom Capital, Hybrid Authorship, and Collective Intelligence

Kurant, Agnieszka

Good morning. Thank you Jane for this introduction. Thank you very much for inviting me to be a part of this Symposium. I won’t have much time to talk about my work, but I will try to say a couple words about several projects. Let me start by explaining the main focus of my practice, which relates in particular to this conference. I have to say that the questions of copyright and authorship and hybrid value of objects, among them artworks, are actually at the core of my artistic practice.

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Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts

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November 22, 2016
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