Saturday, August 13, 2022
 

The End of the Image at Triple Canopy


Schematic drawing for a replica of an antique basin stand, by furniture maker Frank B. Rhodes, included in Triple Canopy's Pointing Machines (Basin Stands), 2014.

Schematic drawing for a replica of an antique basin stand, by furniture maker Frank B. Rhodes, included in Triple Canopy’s Pointing Machines (Basin Stands), 2014.

The advent of 3D imaging and printing allows for the effortless production of objects, including cultural objects, based on coded, changeable data.  This technology confronts the legal definition of the image and original expression, traditionally protected under the law.

On Friday, April 10, 2015, Triple Canopy will host a conversation titled The End of the Image where Edward Lee, professor of law at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, Jennifer L. Roberts, Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University, Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento, artist and art lawyer, and Allyson Vieira, New York artist, moderated by Triple Canopy editor Alexander Provan, will probe the intersection of intellectual property, art, originality and the law in the context of emerging technologies.

The talk, which the public can attend for a $7 fee, will take place at 155 Freeman Street, Brooklyn, NY at 6:30pm.

 

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