Digital Art Live and Transmedia NZ present a discussion about interactive art,
collaboration and intellectual property.
To create the interactive work Be
Tender<http://www.the-edge.co.nz/Event-Pages/B/Be-Tender.aspx>, artist Reuben
Paterson worked with developer Izac Hancock. Such collaborations are becoming more common,
especially in the digital art world, but how does this relationship work?
Artistic collaborations also bring into the spotlight intellectual property issues. This
seminar will discuss IP issues for artists, developers and third party commissioners. It
will look at all perspectives and how to safeguard everyone’s interests.
The panel will consist of Reuben Paterson (Artist), Izac Hancock (Developer), Frances
Joseph (AUT CoLab), David McLaughin (McLaughin Law) and Fiona Milburn will be moderating
on behalf of Transmedia NZ.
Wednesday 23 November / 6 to 8 pm / Aotea Centre, level 2 / Free event (Happy Hour drink
prices and snacks available)
Please RSVP to NolwennH@ the-edge.co.nz before the 18th of November.
Digital Art Live coordinator
THE EDGE & CoLab / AUT University
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