Still from Starting Sketches: Theresa and Jeanne by Gina Telaroli

Still from Starting Sketches: Theresa and Jeanne by Gina Telaroli

 

foraged footage: morning program

10:00 – 10:15 AM | Introduction: Visiting Artist Gina Telaroli
Opening remarks from Full Spectrum Features, The Overlook, and Gina Telaroli

10:15 –10:45 AM | Screening 1: Works by Gina Telaroli
Starting Sketches: Theresa and Jeanne (5 min)
Starting Sketches #7 (4 min)
Physical Instincts: Dead Ringers (10 min)

10:45 – 11:45 AM |  Fair Use/Fair Play
A panel of lawyers, curators, and festival programmers discuss copyright and fair use laws within the framework of appropriative video art and filmmaking. How does an artist navigate ownership and dissemination of work composed entirely of copyrighted materials? The conversation will unpack the often subjective and shifting nature of fair use, while also educating artists with practical information to protect themselves against possible copyright infringement.
Moderated by Jan Feldman, Executive Director of Lawyers for the Creative Arts

BREAK FOR REFRESHMENTS

12:30 – 1:00 PM | Screening 2: Works by Gina Telaroli
4’ 8 ½” (10 min)
Amuse-gueule #2: Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood (14 min)

1:00 – 2:00 PM | Ethics & Aesthetics
A panel of filmmakers and artists discuss the importance and challenges of making appropriative art. The ethics and aesthetics of appropriation are more relevant today than ever with technology’s ever growing accessibility, yet repercussions seem to be evolving as well. Modes of remixing and reconfiguring found and foraged materials has a long tumultuous history, so why risk it?