joy garnett
Since the beginning
Works in United States of America

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BIO
Joy Garnett is a painter based in New York. She appropriates news images from the Internet and re-invents them as paintings. Her subject is the apocalyptic-sublime landscape, as well as the digital image itself as cultural artifact in an increasingly technologized world. Her image research has resulted in online documentation projects, most notably The Bomb Project.

Notable past exhibitions include her recent solo shows at Winkleman Gallery, New York and at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC; group exhibitions organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, P.S.1/MoMA Contemporary Art Center, Artists Space, White Columns (New York), Kettle's Yard, Cambridge (UK), and De Witte Zaal, Ghent (Belgium). She shows with aeroplastics contemporary, Brussels, Belgium.

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homepage:
http://joygarnett.com

The Bomb Project
http://www.thebombproject.org

First Pulse Projects
http://firstpulseprojects.net

NEWSgrist - where spin is art
http://newsgrist.typepad.com/

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Recently posted at StrangeWeather .info


Recently posted at
StrangeWeather .info <http://strangeweather.info/>
(a resource hub about climate change for artists, writers and activists)
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June 23, 2006
Locative Media, Perspective, Flight
http://firstpulseprojects.net/Strange-Weather-mt/2006/06/locative_media_perspective_fli.html

Sculpture @ Abington Art Center, naturally
http://firstpulseprojects.net/Strange-Weather-mt/2006/06/sculpture_abington_art_center.html

Next Victim of Warming: The Beaches
http://firstpulseprojects.net/Strange-Weather-mt/2006/06/beached_1.html

June 12, 2006
inigo manglano-ovalle: blinking out of existence
http://firstpulseprojects.net/Strange-Weather-mt/2006/06/inigo_manglanoovalle_blinking.html

May 28, 2006
"Ectopia": The Second ICP Triennial of Photography and Video
http://firstpulseprojects.net/Strange-Weather-mt/2006/05/ectopia_the_second_icp_trienni_1.html

On 'An Inconvenient Truth'
http://firstpulseprojects.net/Strange-Weather-mt/2006/05/on_an_inconvenient_truth_1.html

May 17, 2006
Reclaiming the Land @ the Vera List Center
http://firstpulseprojects.net/Strange-Weather-mt/2006/05/reclaiming_the_land_the_vera_l_1.html

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Re: Re: LOOK-LOOK WANTS ARTISTS!


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Newly Launched: The Fair Use Network


from: NEWSgrist - where spin is art - June 16, 2006

Newly Launched: The Fair Use Network
http://newsgrist.typepad.com/underbelly/2006/06/newly_launched_.html

THE FAIR USE NETWORK: INFORMATION & RESOURCES FOR FREE EXPRESSION
http://fairusenetwork.org

This is the site we've all been waiting for, the hub of "all things
fair use", a newly launched online resource tailored for artists,
scholars and creative people that includes practical resources,
reference guides and glossaries, a budding attorney network, and a
nifty newsfeed in the left sidebar generated by their internal
blog.... brought to you by the folks at the Free Expression Policy
Project @ the Brennan Center for Justice, NYU School of Law.
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via their homepage: http://fairusenetwork.org

About Us
The Fair Use Network provides information to activists, artists,
scholars, and anyone else who has questions about "IP" (intellectual
property) law. Our basic purpose is to support fair use and other
free expression safeguards within the law, because free expression is
essential to creativity, culture, and a healthy democracy.

The Fair Use Network is part of the Free Expression Policy Project
(FEPP), a program of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of
Law. It grew out of the findings and recommendations in FEPP's 2005
report, Will Fair Use Survive? Free Expression in the Age of
Copyright Control. The report found massive confusion among artists,
scholars, and others about fair use, and a need for pro bono legal
help and comprehensible resource materials.

Staff
The Fair Use Network staff are:
Laura Quilter, Coordinator, Fair Use Network.
Marjorie Heins, Coordinator, Free Expression Policy Project.
Neema Trivedi, Research Associate.
Evan Hill-Ries, Legal Intern.

A Bit of Background
In the last few decades, the rights of copyright and trademark owners
to control the use of their works has increased dramatically.
Corporations have lobbied successfully for longer copyright terms and
expanded their control over trademarks through legal doctrines such as
"trademark dilution." They also have used cease and desist letters
and section 512 takedown notices to try to stop legitimate, fair uses
of copyrighted materials, or well-known trademarks, for such purposes
as criticism and parody.

The enhancement of IP owners' powers has come at the expense of those
who build upon, critique, or make other creative, scholarly, or
political uses of existing works. The wholesale shift of rights from
the public's to the owner's side of the scale has fundamentally
changed the delicate balance in IP law that makes creativity and
informed political debate possible.

The combination of rapidly shifting laws and new technologies has left
many people uncertain about their rights as users. In the face of
uncertainty, many individuals and groups have understandably steered
a conservative path around possible legal landmines. Unfortunately,
this response fails to take advantage of significant rights that users
retain, even today

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Just out: Cultural Politics Vol.2, no.2


Cultural Politics
Volume 2, Issue 2
July 2006
http://www.bergpublishers.com/us/book_page.asp?BKTitle=Cultural%20Politic=
s%20Volume%202%20Issue%202

CONTENTS

The Politics of Cultural Studies and Cool Capitalism
Jim McGuigan

Changing Palestine-Israel Ecologies: Narratives of Water, Land, Conflict,
and Political Economy, Then & Now, & Life to Come
Michael M. J. Fischer

Political Culture, Ethical Cosmopolitanism, and Cosmopolitan Democracy
Kate Nash

GAM3R 7HEORY
McKenzie Wark

On TerrorWar: An Interview with Chris Hables Gray
John Armitage

Field Report/Art Work
Protesting Cartography: Places the United States has Bombed
Elin O'Hara Slavick

Book Review
How to be a Bad Marxist
Katya Mandoki on John Hutnyk's 'Bad Marxism'
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Cultural Politics:

ABOUT:
Cultural Politics is an international, refereed journal that explores the
global character and effects of contemporary culture and politics. Cultural
Politics explores precisely what is cultural about politics and what is
political about culture. Publishing across the Arts, Humanities, and Social
Sciences, the journal welcomes articles from different political positions,
cultural approaches, and geographical locations.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS
Should you have a paper or any other materials you would like Cultural
Politics to consider, please send the relevant texts and/or illustrations
(articles, visuals, etc.) to:

Dr. John Armitage
Co-editor, Cultural Politics
Media & Communication
Room 306
Lipman Building
School of Arts & Social Sciences
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8ST
UK
Tel: 0191 227 4971
Fax: 0191 227 4558
E-mail: j.armitage@unn.ac.uk

And

Dr. Ryan Bishop
Co-Editor, Cultural Politics
Associate Professor of English
The National University of Singapore
Dept. of English
AS5, Arts Link
Singapore 117570
Tel. 65-6874-6633
Fax: 65-6773-2981
E-mail: ellrb@nus.edu.sg

TO SUBSCRIBE:
Cultural Politics (ISSN: 1743-2197) is published three times a year in
March, July and November. The first issue was published in March 2005.

INDIVIDUAL PRINT SUBSCRIPTION:

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