SAT 8. KL1100-DR ENRICO BONADIO (IT)
Enrico Bonadio (IT) is Senior Lecturer in Law at City, University of London, where he teaches various modules on intellectual property (IP) law. He holds law degrees from the University of Florence (PhD) and the University of Pisa (LLB), and regularly lectures, publishes and advises in the field of intellectual property law. His research and teaching interests led him to give talks and lectures in more than 60 universities and research centers across the five continents.
His current research agenda focuses on the intersection between visual arts - particularly street art and graffiti - and copyright (amongst other topics). He is currently editing a book entitled Copyright in Street Art and Graffiti – A Country-by-Country Legal Analysis (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2019); he also just finalised editing a book entitled Non-Conventional Copyright - How Far Copyright Boundaries Can Be Stretched?” with Nicola Lucchi (Edward Elgar, October 2018).
Enrico has been a Visiting Scholar at Melbourne Law School (University of Melbourne, 2013), City University New York (CUNY Law School, 2016) and University of Tel Aviv (2018). He is a Solicitor qualified to practise in England and Wales as well as in Italy. He practiced as IP lawyer for several years, and frequently appears in the media as an IP expert. His research has been covered by CNN, Wall Street Journal, BBC, Washington Post, Independent and The Conversation, amongst other media outfits.
SEMINAR DAY 2
Saturday 8 September, Tou Scene
11·10–11·30 Street Art, Graffiti and the Moral Right of Integrity: can artists oppose the destruction and removal of their works?
Presentation by Dr Enrico Bonadio, University of London
The relatively recent boom of street art and graffiti in many cities around the world animates and brings attention to the debate around their conservation. Can artists within these communities use the legal tools offered by moral rights laws to preserve their art? This talk addresses this issue and, in particular, expands on whether street artists and graffiti writers can rely on moral rights regimes to prevent the destruction or removal of their works. It does so by looking at recent cases, especially in the US, where artists have started lawsuits aimed at preserving their street pieces or anyhow objecting to their erasure.
Our at-a-glance program of keynote speeches, presentations, panel debates, film premieres, workshops, special events and more
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Susan Hansen (AU/UK) is Head of the Visual and Creative Methods Group and Chair of the Forensic Psychology Research Group at Middlesex University, London.
Mike Watson (UK) (PhD Goldsmiths College) is a theorist, critic and curator who is principally focused on the relation between art, new media and politics.
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