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PROVISIONS LIBRARY PRESENTS

 

COPY RIGHTS

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Provisions Library's

Copy Rights Research Residents present findings at

Furthermore's new space.


WHEN:
Friday, February 15
6:30 Provisions research presentations
7:30 Drinks, music, celebration

WHAT:
Provisions Research Residents Nate Larson (Baltimore), Anne Elizabeth Moore (Chicago),  Tim Schwartz (LA), and Greg Bloom (DC) present creative research findings on the theme of Copy Rights. These artists/researchers have spent the last three weeks in the capital exploring individual and collective authorship in the digital age. Their research themes include public webcams and drones, open access data directories, gender and intellectual property, and subversions of the patent code. More about the Copy Rights Project here.

Afterwards, drinks and discussion celebrate the residency, with music AND a housewarming for FURTHERMORE's NEW + IMPROVED SECRET HQ.
 
WHERE:
52 ‘O’ Street, NW | 202B
Washington, DC 20001
T:646.309.7065
3 blocks from New York Ave. Metro, Red Line
 
 
About Provisions
Provisions Library partners with local, national, and international organizations to produce contemporary art, creative research, and public learning that activate resources for social change. Provisions projects generate shared knowledge, diverse perspectives, and imaginative action--including a library holding a collection of 5,000 art and social change books at George Mason University, the floating lab collective producing interactive public art projects, research residencies that bring 16 national and local artists to the capital to investigate social change themes, and knowledge commons dc, a free school that organizes learning sourced from DC community members in partnership with organizations across the city. Projects include readings, exhibitions, artist talks, tours, screenings, and public happenings that invigorate and activate culture in the Washington DC and beyond.  Provisions is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization supported by grants from Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visuals Arts, Open Society Foundation, Nathan Cummings Foundation and visionaries like you. 
 


About Furthermore

Owned and operated by artists since 2010, Furthermore collaborates with artists, curators, collectors and the public at large in the production and dissemination of contemporary art. Our headquarters in Washington operates as an open environment where collaboration and experimentation take form via art production, exhibitions and various other public and educational programs. The company's four facets - PRINT, COLLECT, DESIGN, EXHIBIT - extend to New York, the Netherlands and beyond, and are led by the extensive exhibition and curatorial history of our team.

 

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