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  • “Capture and Release of the Chthonic Beasts”: Archaeological Heritage as Digital Commons in Contemporary Art Practice. Various Thoughts on the Occasion of the Artwork ‘Future Bestiary’

    Marina Markellou Petros Moris

    Chapter from the book: Lekakis, S. 2020. Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons: Conversations on the Case of Greece.

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    In this chapter the aesthetic, artistic and ethical impact of contemporary artistic practices that transgress the traditional notions of originality and authenticity in Greece is explored, while questions about how digital creations are controlled through Copyright Law and the Archaeological Law and how the Intellectual Property is managed are also raised.

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    Markellou M. & Moris P. 2020. “Capture and Release of the Chthonic Beasts”: Archaeological Heritage as Digital Commons in Contemporary Art Practice. Various Thoughts on the Occasion of the Artwork ‘Future Bestiary’. In: Lekakis, S (ed.), Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bcj.h
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    Published on Oct. 5, 2020

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