A simple observation lies at the heart of the Exposure book: that as different areas of culture start flowing in digital networks, it becomes self-defeating for artists, publishers, labels, and also regular people to insist for control over the distribution of their own creations. Although the fact is simple, its repercussions are only starting to be understood in their full complexity. At Aula, we have referred to these economic, social and legal repercussions as the “exposure” of art, ideas, and everyday life.
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