Since the launch of the campaign last fall, more than 80 European artists have created works for Create.Refresh to illustrate their views on creativity and freedom of expression online. A selection of these works will be on display at the European Parliament from next week onwards. Among others the exhibition includes a painting from Danish collective ++SuperflexSuperflex is a Danish collective who have a long history of questioning copyright law through artistic interventions. Most recently they completed an installation in the Turbine hall of the Tate Modern in London. and an installation specially created by Bulgarian collective Creative Destruction.
The exhibition is accessible to visitors of the European Parliament from Tuesday the 10th to Thursday the 12th of April. The opening reception hosted by MEP Thiemo Wölken will take place on Monday the 9th of April at 1800h (RVSP here by Friday 6th).More than 80 European artists have created works for Create.Refresh to illustrate their views on creativity and freedom of expression online.
Kennisland is one of the initiators of the Create.Refresh campaign. With this campaign we are providing a platform for creators who don’t share the repressive approach to EU copyright reform that is pushed for by big rightholders. The ambition of our campaign is to inspire a new approach to copyright in the digital domain that protects the interests of all creators and users alike. You can find more information about our efforts to modernise the EU copyright framework here.