• Issue 30 Elephant Magazine

    In this issue Elephant looks at the twentieth-century phenomenon of “copyright creep” and its implications for artists working in the Digital Age. They talk to Christopher Clary about Sorry to Dump On You, a personal/collective project embedded in gay online culture, and to David Claerbout about his unauthorized collaborations with Elvis Presley and others; They look at Eleanor Macnair’s Play-Doh recreations of iconic photographs; and interview Stephanie Syjuco about her “copies, homages and perversions”. We also go in search of Ozmo and discover that even (and perhaps even especially) street artists get “bitten”, and meet Thomas Sauvin, whose remarkable (and entirely borrowed) Beijing Silvermine project is writing an alternative history of modern China.

    Price DKK 159,00
    ~EUR 21,00
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