From: James Cole (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jun 12 2008 - 07:13:04 PDT
> But obviously, in an ideal world, there'd be no property rights
Is this really obvious?
Artists spend a lot of time, effort, and (gasp!) money so that their
work looks a certain way. Some artists (for example, Ken Jacobs,
Robert Beavers, Nathanial Dorsky, and Peter Kubelka, just to name a
few) have specific projection instructions or venue requirements. In
an ideal world, they would have total control over how thier work is
shown, and they wouldn't end up in a "hall of shame" for not wanting
bad copies of their work to be shown for free on the internet.
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