https://www.vice.com/en/article/n7vxe7/people-are-stealing-art-and-turning-it-into-nfts The speculative mania has produced a new breed of opportunists who have taken to turning other people’s work into NFTs—through a process called “tokenization”—and flogging them on online marketplaces.
http://www.vulture.com/2016/05/jerry-saltz-on-alex-israel-and-eating-our-young.html “Recent reports found Murillo, for instance, destroying his passport on a plane and saying things like “The West is a salivating penis.” I feel bad for this 30-year-old. ” Don't be a sourpuss and wagged my fingers. — Jerry Saltz (@jerrysaltz) June 8, 2016
http://www.baxterst.org/2016/02/18/prince-and-shit/ I try to make art which celebrates doubt and uncertainty. Which provokes answers but doesn’t give them. Which withholds absolute meaning by incorporating parasite meanings. Which suspends meaning while perpetually dispatching you toward interpretation, urging you beyond dogmatism, beyond doctrine, beyond ideology, beyond authority. –Sherrie Levine ” The problem with challenging the dominant ideology isContinue reading “richard prince and stuff”
this is how #GoogleStreetView should be used:https://t.co/YHZGh96Cxz @jonrafman — Photo-Soup.ORG (@PhotoSoupORG) December 20, 2015
http://www.artandeducation.net/paper/the-pictures-generation-the-copyright-act-of-1976-and-the-reassertion-of-authorship-in-postmodernity/ “Recognizing the motives corporations have in aligning themselves with art that appears to conflict with their interests may at least partly explain how Prince was able to evade any legal skirmishes over his Untitled (cowboy) prints. Phillip Morris USA owns the Marlboro brand, and, of course, the copyrights to the cowboy images from which Prince appropriated.Continue reading “The pictures generation and the reassertion of authorship”