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Bookmaking, Chris Brickell

Chris Brickell explores the possibilities of “democratic publishing”. In a pair of old buckram photograph albums from the 1880s, men pose proudly, touch gently, frolic indoors and out, and dress up in male and female costume. Their lives depart from…
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Good manners, really, Paula Browning

Paula Browning looks at the state of copyright in this country and where it might be headed. Have you ever noticed how people’s reactions to different forms of intellectual property vary? If Fisher & Paykel takes action to enforce one…
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