Art Law and Disruptive Technologies: NFTs and the Law Workshop Sussex Art and Law Research Cluster 17 November 2021
Art, Law, and Disruptive Technologies: NFTs and the Law Workshop
November 17 Afternoon 2-4pm UK Time (Online and In Person)
Non-fungible tokens are smart contracts that have been encoded using a work, and they link to that work. These can be traded and sold using cryptocurrencies, and they have started to revolutionise the art market, with some digital works being sold worth millions.
This workshop will bring together academics and artists that are interested in the intersection of NFTs, art and the law. We will showcase a few artists working in the area, and also will highlight some of the most relevant legal issues.
The event is organised by the Art and Law Research Cluster.
Alexandra Giannopoulou, iVIR, University of Amsterdam
Sylve Chevet, Developer
Micheál O’Connell, University of Sussex (TBC)
Teto, artist (TBC)
Sarah, artist (TBC)
Maxime Hacquard, artist (TBC)
Andres Guadamuz, University of Sussex
More details to follow.