Deckspace.TV media archeology

Adnan Hadziselimovic

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Abstract

Deckspace.TV is a SPC collaboration with Post Media Lab and presents an audiovisual management and publishing system representing collective processes and media production of SPC subscribers in Deckspace media lab from the last decade.1 It functions as an open, collaborative system that facilitates artists, film-makers, researchers and participants of its workshops to store, share, edit and redistribute media. The open and collaborative nature of the Deckspace.TV project demonstrates a form of shared media practice in two ways: audiences become producers by managing their material, and contributors are able to organise their productions and interact with each other. This research operates in the context of a European political discourse concerning countercultural approaches to non-mandatory collaboration and contractual agreements. Deckspace.TV productions are made available with an open content license such as the Free Art License, the Creative Commons SA-BY License, and the GNU General Public License.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2016

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Part of series: Plants, Androids and Operators – A Post-Media Handbook

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Hadziselimovic, A. (Author). (Accepted/In press). Deckspace.TV media archeology. Artefact, Retrieved from http://deptford.tv/blog/?p=566
Deckspace.TV media archeology. Hadziselimovic, Adnan (Author). 2016.

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Hadziselimovic, A, Deckspace.TV media archeology, 2016, Artefact.
Hadziselimovic A (Author). Deckspace.TV media archeology 2016.
Hadziselimovic, Adnan (Author). / Deckspace.TV media archeology. [Artefact].
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