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Arts and Ethics


Arts and Ethics session chairs: Nikos Kanellopoulos & Andreas Giannakoulopoulos

A special session of the 5th ICIL 2012 will be dedicated to Arts and Ethics. This session will host presentations from speakers specializing in arts and new technologies, given that the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University emphasizes on the convergence of art and technology and examines it under a multidimensional spectrum.


The ethical use of intellectual products is a matter of major concern in the internet era, where access is easy and control is doubtful. Controversial and sensitive issues such as copyright legislation, intellectual monopolies, plagiarism and copyright violation, copyright extensions, software and other Web related patents, will be addressed during this special session.

Although often disregarded, the role of the arts -in all their forms and manifestations- is fundamental in a world of ICT prevalence. A discussion concerning the place of the artist in the technological environment of the 21st century and the ethical and legal issues deriving from the dissemination of his/her work to the public could lead to long due decisions, concerning the new media ethics landscape.

The call for papers for ICIL 2012 is valid also for papers on arts and ethics, as a special distinct session connected to the other main themes of ICIL.

Cooklin Katherine

Cooklin Katherine

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania
Slippery Rock University, United States of America

Paper: Ethical Concerns in the Electronic Age: The Appropriated Image
Authors: Katherine Mickle, Katherine Cooklin

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Katherine Cooklin is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania; she teaches Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law and Justice, and Business Ethics. She received her Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin, and she specializes in Social and Political Philosophy from a Contintental perspective. She has published papers on Critical Theory, Judith Butler, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault, and her current research interests include Continental and feminist models of subjectivity within the field of Philosophy of Law, and the Epistemology of Ignorance.

Paper: Ethical Concerns in the Electronic Age: The Appropriated Image
Authors: Katherine Mickle, Katherine Cooklin

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Giannakoulopoulos Andreas

Giannakoulopoulos Andreas

Arts and Ethics session chair - Lecturer
Ionian University, Greece

Paper: Copyright in Online Art Communities
Authors: Giannakoulopoulos Andreas, Oikonomou Stefania, Oikonomidou Roubini

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Andreas Giannakoulopoulos is a Lecturer at the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University. With an interdisciplinary background including Economics, Logic and Communication studies, his main field of academic activities is Computer Mediated Communication and especially the web development technologies. His research interests focus on information architecture, web-based media, content management platforms and e-learning systems as means of effective communication via the web.

Paper: Copyright in Online Art Communities
Authors: Giannakoulopoulos Andreas, Oikonomou Stefania, Oikonomidou Roubini

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Kyriakoulakos Panayiotis

Kyriakoulakos Panayiotis

Lecturer, Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering
University of the Aegean, Greece

Paper: Producing Interactive Art in Networked Environments: The Case of Watch-Out! The Eyes Of The City

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Dr Panagiotis Kyriakoulakos, Lecturer in Computer Cinematography at the Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering of the University of the Aegean, Electrical Engineer graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Ph.D. in Sciences of Art from the University of Paris X-Nanterre, was awarded a post -graduate and doctoral studies Grant from “Alexander S. Onassis” Foundation.
Producer of audiovisual and interactive works implemented via Computer Animation techniques.
He participated in numerous Research and Development Projects on Digital Image Subjects, in collaboration with INA (Institut National de l’Audiovisuel) and IOM (Hellenic Audiovisual Institute), and other European R&D Institutes and partners. Dr Kyriakoulakos has a long teaching experience in audiovisual and new technologies subjects in France (University of Paris 1) and Greece (University of the Aegean).

Paper: Producing Interactive Art in Networked Environments: The Case of Watch-Out! The Eyes Of The City

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Markellou Marina

Markellou Marina

Adj. Lecturer
Ionian University, Greece

Paper: What we talk about when we talk about appropriation: Post-modern Art after Yes, Rasta case

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Marina P. Markellou is an Intellectual Property Attorney in Greece. After accomplishing a Master of Laws in Intellectual Property (LLM) on September 2005 in Montpellier of France, she defended her PhD thesis on copyright contracts in France, Greece and Germany on September 2009. Her primary research interests concern intellectual property in the digital age as well as electronic business law, data protection law and antitrust law. Member of the Greek group of the International Literal and Artistic Association (ALAI), she often participates as a legal expert in many European programs such as the IDABC project on December 2008 (creation by the European Commission of the first European Public Open Source License) or the Twinning Project on December 2007 (enforcement of Turkish IP law). Since 2006, Mrs Markellou regularly publishes articles and comments on internet related cases in Greek and foreign law reviews. She also participates in many international conferences such as the third international congress for Free/Open Source Software on May 2008 in Athens.

Paper: What we talk about when we talk about appropriation: Post-modern Art after Yes, Rasta case


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Mickle Katherine

Mickle Katherine

Professor, Art Department
Slippery Rock University, United States of America

Paper: Ethical Concerns in the Electronic Age: The Appropriated Image
Authors: Katherine Mickle, Katherine Cooklin

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Katherine Mickle is an Assistant Professor of Art at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania where she teaches all levels of Photography.
Katherine has presented at conferences and symposia, workshops and guest lectures. She has been a portfolio reviewer and juror of exhibitions.
Exhibiting nationally, Katherine creates work that often utilizes appropriated imagery in order to create multi-layered personal and social meaning. She is keenly interested in perception and language. Her current research includes faculty/student collaborations with geologists traveling to the White River Badlands of South Dakota. Katherine graduated from Ohio University with her Master of Fine Arts in Photography. She earned her MA in Photography with a minor in Painting from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.

Paper: Ethical Concerns in the Electronic Age: The Appropriated Image
Authors: Katherine Mickle, Katherine Cooklin

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Oikonomidou Roubini

Oikonomidou Roubini

MSc, Jill Dando Institute Of Crime Science
University College of London, Greece

Paper: Copyright in Online Art Communities
Authors: Giannakoulopoulos Andreas, Oikonomou Stefania, Oikonomidou Roubini

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Researcher affiliated to the Laboratory of New Technologies of the Department of Communication and Media Studies, University of Athens.
She has studied Political Science and History (Panteion University) and she holds an MSc of Crime Science (Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science University College of London) .

Paper: Copyright in Online Art Communities
Authors: Giannakoulopoulos Andreas, Oikonomou Stefania, Oikonomidou Roubini

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Oikonomou Stefania

New Technologies Laboratory, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies
University of Athens, Greece

Paper: Copyright in Online Art Communities
Authors: Giannakoulopoulos Andreas, Oikonomou Stefania, Oikonomidou Roubini

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Papamichalopoulos Konstantinos

Papamichalopoulos Konstantinos


Athens School of Fine Arts, Greece

Paper: The impact of media on artistic practice and its reception.

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Born (1975) in Athens.
He studied in the Athens School of Fine Arts from 1993 to 2003 under Professor Rena Papaspirou.
He has also studied printmaking under Professor Michalis Arfaras in the A.S.F.A. from 2004 to 2011.
In 2000 “Futura” publications published his graphic novel entitled “O Giaponas” (“the Japanese”), in 2009 the sequel “O Giaponas – Deuteronomion” came out followed in 2011 by his third graphic novel “Epilarchia!” both by Enati Diastasi publications.
He works as an illustrator in the “VIMA” newspaper and the Athens Review of Books.
His works are in the collections of the Benaki Museum, the Spyropoulos Museum, the Liakounakos Collection, the Felios Collection, the Hadjioannou collection, the Frissiras Museum for Contemporary European Painting, the Kouvoutsakis Institute as well as in various other private and public collections in Greece and abroad.

Paper: The impact of media on artistic practice and its reception.

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Volkov Yuriy

Volkov Yuriy

Senior Lecturer
Ural State Law Academy (Yekaterinburg Russia), Russia

Paper: Art’s lessons to Information Law

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