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
Simon Tanner, Open GLAM: The Rewards (and Some Risks) of Digital Sharing for the Public Good
Megan Rae Blakely, GLAMourising Intangible Cultural Heritage: When Technology, Copyright, and
Cultural Institutions Meet
Liz Neely, Creating Culture By, With and For the Public
Fred Saunderson, An Institutional Perspective of Digitization
Victoria Stobo, Risky Business: Copyright and Making Collections Available Online
Kerry Patterson, Can I Just Google That? Orphan Works and Image Recognition Tools
Paul Torremans, Copyright Infringement, Exceptions and Limitations and Access to Shared
Cultural Heritage Across Borders
Pauline McBride, Cultural Institutions and Website Use Restrictions: Contract or No Contract?
Lubna El-Gendi, Authorship in the Twenty-First Century: Artist vs. Institution?
Owen Mundy, Stereophotogrammetry and 3D printing: Critical Practices and Intellectual Property
Patty Gerstenblith, Technology and Cultural Heritage Preservation