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An appropriation-friendly, image-rich, experimental research library. Independent and open to the public.

Monday, January 16, 2006

Like-minded reanimators in Brooklyn

Andrew Beccone has started the Reanimation Library, an appropriation-friendly collection of visually rich materials.

Their mission statement: "The Reanimation Library seeks to provide the space and the resources for artists and others to gather, interact, and create new work out of preexisting images and texts. The Library provides its users with materials relating to historical and contemporary forms of appropriation art, the history and current status of copyright law, and the complex relationship between the two."

New Yorkers, please support your local nontraditional library.


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