What I learned from taking part in the Copyright as Frame and Prison panel discussion

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of taking part in Copyright as Frame and Prison, an arts-focused panel discussion organised by Birmingham-based digital artist Antonio Roberts (AKA @hellocatfood on Twitter) as part of his excellent new No Copyright Infringement Intended group exhibition.

Taking part in the panel discussion helped me clarify my own thinking and exposed me to new perspectives on copyright, creativity and society. I thought I’d share a link to the video recording of the event as well as what I learned from takingĀ  part in the event.

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Demanding the future

"Inventing the Future" paperback sitting on table

What does the future hold? Even after Labour’s stronger than expected performance in the General Election (fought on an inspiring manifesto), most people I speak to or follow online seem resigned to a dismal future that doesn’t seem like a fun place to visit for the day, let alone live in.

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