In Melbourne, a roundtable discussed the verb ‘to open‘ as a means by which art reveals its own conditions of possibility. The resulting discussion produced the possibility of ‘open source art’, which adopted a Wikileaks style transparency. Information about the labour that contributes to the art work, including activities and payments, would be shared.
- Who pays artists? is a US website for sharing rates of pay
- Kaye Abude
- Nick Mangan
- Sangam Platform Code of Practice for Partnerships in Craft & Design
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