Switzerland’s Creative Commons representative, Phillippe Perreaux, on piracy and obscurity, copyright and the public domain.
Author and New Yorker (and part time Geneva inhabitant) Susan Jane Gilman on plundering life for memoir and fiction, and how to handle the truth.
Antonio Scarponi, founder of Conceptual Devices, is an Italian architect and designer currently based in Zürich.
Zürich based Architect Antonio Scarponi on publishing his book ELIOOO, crowd-funding, and architecture as concrete poetry.
The latest chapter of D.B. Miller’s regular Notes from the Unexpected, this time on LoRa, a radio station that does not conform.
JJ Marsh gives an overview of those grey areas between borrowing and theft (and some words of wisdom for writers).
And, as always, all upcoming events, for Zürich and beyond this season, in Making Tracks.
Chris Corbett’s take on Tao Lin, a writer who raids and re-uses his life.