Re: Frameworks as academic example

From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jun 28 2009 - 08:26:47 PDT

interesting circularly
especially because he makes money off of the publication of frameworks
and analysis
HE has a copyright of course
does the discussion go into open source?

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On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 10:46 AM, Chuck Kleinhans <email suppressed
> wrote:

> In a short chapter in his new book Inherent Vice: Bootleg Histories of
> Videotape and Copyrights (Duke U Press, 2009) Lucas Hilderbrand uses a 2006
> discussion thread on Frameworks to study differences in understanding video
> copies. A Frameworker from Portugal asked about getting copies of Peter
> Kubelka's work. David Tetzlaff defended bootlegs and Fred Camper criticized
> them. Others joined in including discussion of Ubuweb, etc.
> The book considers analogue copying via videotape to discuss larger issues
> about the use and perception of media. Hilderbrand is an assistant
> professor at U of CA Irvine.
> Frameworks does provide an ongoing archive of various arguments and
> attitudes about experimental media and is interesting because so many
> different people and forms are used in some of the perennial discussions and
> issues. There's probably room for a more pathological analysis of some
> "debates."
> __________________________________________________________________
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.

For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.