The following essays provide a range of perspectives on the various issues explored by the exhibition. These include, for example: the property status of digital surrogates; open access norms and digital collections; copyright exceptions across borders; and, the relevance of risk-based approaches to copyright compliance for both cultural institutions and the general public.
These essays are licensed under a Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0 licence. This means you can make use of these essays for any purpose, as long as you credit the author. When making use of these essays, please cite as follows: [Author, Title, in Andrea Wallace and Ronan Deazley, eds, Display At Your Own Risk: An experimental exhibition of digital cultural heritage, 2016.].
The complete DAYOR open access exhibition publication, which includes all of these essays and a catalogue of the works, will be available here for download on 26 April 2016.
Andrea Wallace and Ronan Deazley, Introduction to Display At Your Own Risk: An experimental exhibition of digital cultural heritage
Andrea Wallace, Exhibition Methodology
Liz Neely, Creating Culture By, With and For the Public
Fred Saunderson, An Institutional Perspective of Digitization
Kerry Patterson, Can I Just Google That? Orphan Works and Image Recognition Tools
Lubna El-Gendi, Authorship in the Twenty-First Century: Artist vs. Institution?
Patty Gerstenblith, Technology and Cultural Heritage Preservation