Artist Marcel Duchamp’s famous “readymade” objects sparked controversies that redefined the meaning of art, culture, media and laws that intersect and define the social milieu. In this talk, Jon M. Garon, J.D., will address the new conflicts between art, media, and law explored by appropriation artists, readymade artists, and new media artists, and explore how changes to media and law will intersect with new technologies and new forms of expression.
Jon M. Garon is Dean of Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and is nationally recognized as an authority on technology law and intellectual property, particularly copyright law, entertainment and information privacy. He is the author of four books, including his most recent Pop Culture Business Handbook for Cons and Festivals.
The NSU Series of lectures and performances presents faculty and alumni of Nova Southeastern University.
FREE admission as part of Free First Thursdays Starry Night presented by PNC BANK.
For more information, please call 954-262-0258. Limited seating. Advance reservation required.