Wednesday, October 22, 2014
 

Clancco Bibliography

Select institutions and journals where papers, projects, and talks have been featured or presented:

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Legal Issues in Contemporary Art

New York, NY (November 2013)

Fundación Cisneros, Seminar: Contemporary Art and Intellectual Property: Appropriation and Copyright Law.

Caracas, Venezuela (November 2013)

Universidad de Los Andes, Seminar: Contemporary Art and Intellectual Property: Appropriation and Copyright Law. Presented in conjunction with the Seminario Fundación Cisneros.

Bogota, Colombia (November 2013)

Universidad Torcuato di Tella, Seminar: Contemporary Art and Intellectual Property: Appropriation and Copyright Law. Presented in conjunction with the Seminario Fundación Cisneros.

Buenos Aires, Argentina (November 2013)

Texas A&M Law School, The Inaugural Intellectual Property Symposium, Cariou v. Prince: Judicial Voguing and the Sanctioning of Dilettantism.

Ft. Worth, TX (October 2013)

Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art, Legal Issues for Visual and Performing Artists.

Ft. Lauderdale, FL (October 2013)

Albright College, Freedman Gallery, Canceled: Alternative Manifestations and Productive Failures. Conversation regarding canceled exhibitions.

Reading, PA (October 2013)

Cooper Union, School of Art, Artist talk

New York, NY (October 2013)

School of Visual Arts, Legal Issues in Contemporary Art

New York, NY (October 2013)

Columbia University School of Art, Legal Issues in Contemporary Art

New York, NY (October 2013)

The Laundromat Project

New York, NY (August 2013)

The Showroom. Panel: A Day at the Courtroom

London, England (June 2013)

University of California at Irvine, Claire Trevor School of ArtArtist Talk

Irvine, CA (May 2013)

Brown University, Department of Visual Art. Artist Talk

Providence, RI (April 2013)

Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College. Performing Legal Consults for Persona Ficta exhibition

New York, NY (April 2013)

NYU Law School. Intellectual Property & Entertainment Law Society (IPELS)

New York, NY (April 2013)

Six Points Fellowship: Copyright & Contemporary Art

Garrison, NY (March 2013)

The Bronx Museum: Issues in Contemporary Art: Contracts and Copyright

New York, NY (February/March 2013)

Independent Curators International, The Art & Law Codex

New York, NY (February 2013)

New York Public Library, Cabinet Magazine on Trial: A Magazine of No Qualities?

New York, NY (January 2013)

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation and the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, No Longer Art: Salvage Art Institute

New York, NY (November 2012)

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, Legal Issues for Visual and Performing Artists

Harlem, NY (October 2012)

New York Art Book Fair, Panel: Appropriation and Intellectual Property

Long Island City, NY (September 2012)

Columbia University School of Art, Legal Issues in Contemporary Art

New York, NY (September 2012)

Art Asia Pacific, Article, The Adversarial Game Widens

Asia, The Pacific, and The Middle East (September 2012)

Printed Matter, Panel: Help/Less: The Piracy Project

New York, NY (August 2012)

Center for Book Arts, When Cancellations Become Form

New York, NY (June 2012)

KPCC Radio, Lawsuit Between Origami Artists Unfolds

Pasadena, CA (June 2012)

The Bronx Museum, Copyright and Contemporary Art

New York, NY (June 2012)

Dumbo Arts Center, Copyright and Contemporary Art

Brooklyn, NY (June 2012)

Lawsuit Between Origami Enthusiasts Unfolds, Southern California Public Radio, 89.3

Los Angeles, CA (June 2012)

Court Jester: Is Richard Prince Using the Legal System as a Medium?, The New York Observer

New York, NY (May 2012)

How to Fund the Arts In America, The New York Times

New York, NY (May 2012)

6 Points Worth Pondering From Last Night’s Appropriation Art Smack-Down at New York Law School.

New York, NY (April 2012)

New York Law School, Panel: Appropriation Art in the Digital Age

New York, NY (April 2012)

Fordham Law School, Career Panel

New York, NY (March 2012)

Yale Law School

New Haven, CT (March 2012)

SculptureCenter, Panel: Translating Spaces: Translating Law

Long Island City, NY (March 2012)

Work, Money, and Love, Symposium Organized by the Rhode Island School of Design

Brooklyn, NY (March 2012)

The Bronx Museum, Copyright and Contemporary Art

New York, NY (March 2012)

Lower East Side Print Shop

New York, NY (March 2012)

Bard College/International Center of Photography

New York, NY (March 2012)

Writers Guild of America-East

New York, NY (January 2012)

Columbia University, School of the Arts

New York, NY (November 2011)

School of Visual Arts

New York, NY (November 2011)

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Art

Boca Raton, FL (October 2011)

Residency Unlimited at the Goethe Institute. Artist Residencies and Areas of Conflict

New York, NY (June 2011)

The Bronx Museum, Copyright and Contemporary Art

New York, NY (June 2011)

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance. Legal Issues in Contemporary Art: Copyright

New York, NY (April 2011)

NYU-Polytechnic. Contemporary Art, Copyright, & Fair Use

New York, NY (April 2011)

NYU Law School, Intellectual Property & Entertainment Law Society (IPELS). Panel: Legal and Policy Perspectives on Street Art

New York, NY (April 2011)

NYU, Career Panel: Art Law

New York, NY (March 2011)

The Bronx Museum, Copyright and Contemporary Art

New York, NY (March 2011)

Columbia University School of the Arts. Websites, Social Media, and Branding for Visual Artists

New York, NY (February 2011)

Six Points Fellowship, Copyright & Contemporary Art

New York, NY (January 2011)

NYU Tisch School, Internship and Employment Issues in the Arts

New York, NY (January 2011)

The Drawing Center, Law School for Visual Artists: Copyright, Agreements, and Employment Issues

New York, NY (December 2010)

WBAI Radio, You and Your Money

New York, NY (Friday, November 5, 2010)

WNYC Radio, Art Deaccessioning: Right or Wrong?

New York, NY (October 2010)

El Paso Museum of Art and El Paso Bar Association, Fiscal Sponsorships and Artist-Gallery Agreement

El Paso, TX (October 2010)

Pratt Institute, Employment Issues With Internships and Volunteering

Brooklyn, NY (October 2010)

School of Visual Arts, Fiscal Sponsorships and For-Profit Businesses

New York, NY (October 2010)

The Laundromat Project

New York, NY (September 2010)

El Paso Museum of Art and El Paso Bar Association, Artists’ Rights: Law and Contemporary Art

El Paso, TX (July 2010)

Bronx Museum of the Arts

New York, NY (June 2010)

School of Visual Arts

New York, NY (May 2010)

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance

New York, NY (May 2010)

NYU-Polytechnic

New York, NY (April 2010)

Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP, Access Restricted: Law & Representation, Panel: Intellectual Property in the Age of Digital Reproduction, presented in conjunction with LMCC and VLA.

New York, NY (April 2010)

New York University School of Law, Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Society

New York, NY (April 2010).

School of the Museum of Fine Arts

Boston, MA (April 2010).

Pratt Institute

Brooklyn, NY (April 2010).

Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP, Access Restricted: Law & Representation, Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction, presented in conjunction with LMCC and VLA.

New York, NY (April 2010)

Cornell Club, The Ever Changing Legal Canvas: Art Law & Culture and its Impact on American Government and Jurisprudence, sponsored by Hofstra Law School

New York, NY (April 2010)

The New York Times, On the Guggenheim’s Walls, and Now on Yours

(March 17, 2010)

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Access Restricted: Law & Representation, The Law of Violence in No Country for Old Men, presented in conjunction with LMCC and VLA.

New York, NY (March 2010)

Columbia Law School. Entertainment, Art, and Sports Law Society

New York, NY (March 2010)

Parsons the New School for Design

New York, NY (March 2010).

International Center of Photography

New York, NY (March 2010).

Bronx Museum, Artists in the Marketplace Residency Program

New York, NY (March 2010)

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Art After Law: Legal Issues And Artistic Projects

New York, NY (February 2010)

McGill University Faculty of Law, Two-Day Intellectual Property Symposium

Montreal, Canada (February 2010)

College Art Association, Futures of Criticism

Chicago, Ill (February 2010)

The New York Times, Artists Rights Act Applies in Dispute, Court Rules

(January 28, 2010)

NADA Art Fair 2009

Miami, FL (December 2009)

free103.9

New York, NY (December 2009)

International Center of Photography/Bard

New York, NY (November 2009).

Columbia University, School of Art

New York, NY (October 2009).

Fordham University School of Law

New York, NY (October 2009).

NURTUREart

Brooklyn, NY (October 2009).

Dia:Beacon

Beacon, NY (October 2009)

Art in Odd Places

At Odds: The Law and Public Art, New York, NY (October 2009).

School of Visual Arts

New York, NY (May 2009).

Pratt Institute

Brooklyn, NY (April 2009).

Polytechnic University / NYU

New York, NY (Feb 2009).

Bronx Museum

Artists in the Marketplace Program, New York, NY (January 2009).

ApexArt

Abecedarium for Our Times, New York, NY (June 2008).

Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left

Structures (pdf format), Harvard Law School (April 2008).

Integrated Digital Media Institute at Polytechnic University

Brooklyn, NY (April 2008).

New Life Shop

New Life Visual, Berlin, Germany (Feb 2008).

The New School, at The Vera List Center for Arts and Politics

Strategies of Occupation: Grabbing Land and The Political Agency of The Artist, New York, NY(November 2007).

Columbia University, School of Art

New York, NY (November 2007).

Apex Art

Land Grab, New York, NY(November 2007).

Shotgun Space

if something has to change, Los Angeles, CA (September 2007).

The Boston Globe

UPDATE: MASS MoCA To Christoph: Don’t Make Art Of Case, Geoff Edgers (August 2007).

North Adams Transcript

Who owns the work? Federal laws limited in scope , Jennifer Huberdeau (August 2007).

Schweizer Fernsehen

Interview by Swiss Television on the Christoph Büchel v. MASS MoCA case (July 2007).

Columbia Law School

Presentation on Gordon Matta Clark, Outlaw Culture, and Intellectual Property (April 2007).

Department of Visual Studies, SUNY-Buffalo

Presentation on CLANCCO and the Artist as Corporation (January 2007).

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

Salon speaker series (December 2006).

Law Text Culture, Essay, Suburban Interventions, A Question of Property, Assigned Value (title) (pdf) (2006)

Law Text Culture is a trans-continental peer reviewed journal from the University of Wollongong, Australia. It publishes critical thinking and creative writing across a range of genres – from artwork and fiction to the traditional scholarly essay.

Carpenter Center, Harvard University. Installation for Visual and Environmental Studies Exhibition at the Carpenter Center.

Cambridge, MA (2006)

Cornell Law School. Re-thinking the Private in Private International Law. Presentation on conflict of laws and site-specificity.

Ithaca, NY (2005)

Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation, Ecole des Mines de Paris

Call for Witnesses: Transparency. A workshop sponsored by Cornell Law School Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture and hosted by the Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation, Ecole des Mines de Paris. (2005)

Cabinet Magazine

The tenth issue of Cabinet is 128 pages and features a special section on “Property.” (2003)

 
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