Copy Wildly

Documentation of the show Copy Wildly can be found here.
The solo show “Copy Wildly” intervenes in the traditional protocol of a gallery art show setting by proposing that digitally produced art should not be conventionally exhibited and traded as a commodity within the conventional boundaries the art market. The research, following a radical open approach, suggests that digital art should be shared freely and made available to be copied, remixed and redistributed by its audience. All code, scripts and schematics needed to produce the exhibits could be freely copied at the exhibition on a USB-stick.

The USB-stick serves as a reminder of the fragile nature of digital art production and conventional exhibition protocols, but frames the wide copying, sharing and remixing of digital art as a desirable outcome of an exhibition, as opposed to press recognition or sales. In line with the adopted radical open source nature of this exhibition, this research builds on the scholarship of many other thinkers, makers and coders (credits on the USB stick).
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Copy Wildly