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Sunday, June 19, 2011

The London Piracy Project

Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 6:25 PM

My work has been pirated by an artist in London.

An organization there, AND Publishing, sponsors what it calls
"The Piracy Project." The artist's piracy was a contribution
to the project.

The above material now reflects the following update:

UPDATE of June 21, 2011, 10:00 PM ET:

The organization's weblog (a post for 19th June)
has now been updated, and this  post, which originally
discussed that weblog, has been altered to reflect the
changes that were made at AND Publishing's weblog.

In this  weblog, changes have been made to correct my
earlier incorrect statements that the Piracy Project was
sponsored by the art school where it takes place.
It was not. The organization has informed me that

"AND Publishing is not sponsored by the art school.
We are an independent artist's publishing house,
kindly hosted by the art school. While we are offered
office space on campus, our program and website
are funded, directed and managed by ourselves –
we are an independent entity running an
autonomous program."

As this post originally stated…

The web pages from the site finitegeometry.org/sc that
the artist, Steve Richards, copied as part of his contribution to
the AND Publishing Piracy Project have had the author's name,
Steven H. Cullinane, and the date of composition systematically removed.

See a sample (jpg, 2.1 MB).

Here is some background on Richards.

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