Posts Tagged: Jeff Koons

Make Your Choices: A Conversation with Chris Kraus

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Chris Kraus discusses her latest book, After Kathy Acker: A Literary Biography, writing about art under patriarchy, politics, and “the truth.”

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Lady Gaga’s Surprisingly Literary New Music Video

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Life’s most fundamental question echoes boundlessly: What to do with that degree in the humanities?! One option is to become a pop superstar and make a music video saturated with references to Greek myth, German expressionist film, and modern art movements. (Another option is to be the BuzzFeed writer who goes through pop superstars’ music […]

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Some More on Fair Use

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MobyLives has extended the discussion Andy Baio started on his project Kind of Bloop, which I wrote about for The Rumpus on Saturday. MobyLives makes a good point when talking about one of Baio’s examples, that of the artist Jeff Koons, who won a copyright infringement suit in 2006 for his appropriation of fashion photographs. […]

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