[rumori] for context: examples of creative copying

From: Don Joyce (djATwebbnet.com)
Date: Fri Nov 09 2001 - 23:26:23 PST

For those who may be interested, this is in response to our posted paper on
"Two Relationships To A Public Domain" presented at Duke law school's
conference on public domain in Nov.

>Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 20:22:21 -0500 (EST)
>To: (Recipients of 'hosler&joyce' suppressed)
>From: "hosler&joyce Listmanager" <listmanagerATwebboard.law.duke.edu>
>Subject: for context: examples of creative copying
>Reply-To: "Negativland Paper -- 2 Views of a Cultural Public Domain
>(Hosler & Joyce)" <hosler&joyce.3817ATwebboard.law.duke.edu>
>From: "Timothy Phillips" <hrothgarATtelepath.com>
>Possibly of interest to those discussing Negativeland's paper are examples
>of creative copying in a number of fields:
>In letters:
>an example of creative copying by William Shakespeare:
>an example of creative copying by Robert Burns:
>In music:
>an example of creative copying by G. F. Handel:
>In two-dimensional painting:
>an example of creative copying by Giovanni Paolo Panini:
>The Mona Lisa bursts out laughing: http://www.studiolo.org/Mona/MONALIST.htm
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