Collectively Setting Conditions for Re-Use

The article Collectively Setting Conditions for Re-Use details Constant’s alignements with Free Culture across time and examines the questions and necessities raised in the document Collective Conditions for (re)use (CC4r).

"The Collective Conditions for Re-Use (CC4r) license is one of many attempts at an affirmative critique, an experiment with possible and impossible, desirable and absurd, experimental and utopian (extra-)legal models for authorship. It provided a welcome opening into a new chapter in Constant’s thinking about sharing culture and knowledge"

This article written by Femke Snelting and Elodie Mugrefya is the third of six that MARCH invited Constant to publish in the context of the journal’s first long term inquiry "Publishing As Protocol".