Larisa Mann (US)

Larisa Mann is a PhD Candidate in Jurisprudence and Social Policy at UC Berkeley Law School, and resident dj at SuryaDub San Francisco. She researches the social implications of intellectual property rules (especially copyright), the legal implications of actual creative practices, and explores the implications of networked life (day-to-day reality permeated by networked technology) for our concepts of rights. Alongside academic experiments, she has torn up dancefloors, warehouses, and art spaces across North America and Europe for 12 years, building audiences into heaving monuments to ass-shaking; she blogs at http://djripley.blogspot.com, and is a columnist on technology and rights for WireTap.org.

PANEL 3: COPYRIGHT VS. CREATIVITY

Theatre du Nouveau Monde 30/05/2008

Larisa Mann is a PhD Candidate in Jurisprudence and Social Policy at UC Berkeley Law School, and resident dj at SuryaDub San Francisco. She researches the social implications of intellectual property rules (especially copyright), the legal implications of actual creative practices, and explores the implications of networked life (day-to-day reality permeated by networked technology) for our concepts of rights. Alongside academic experiments, she has torn up dancefloors, warehouses, and art spaces across North America and Europe for 12 years, building audiences into heaving monuments to ass-shaking; she blogs at http://djripley.blogspot.com, and is a columnist on technology and rights for WireTap.org.
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