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Episode 39: Augmented Reality and Digital Spaces, Part I

Episode 39: Augmented Reality and Digital Spaces, Part I

This week, Staff Correspondent Ben Halperin talks with artist, designer, and activist Sebastian Errazuriz.  Sebastian’s digital “vandalization” of a Jeff Koons sculpture, visible in landmarks around the world via Snapchat filter, recently made headlines. They talk about the potential implications of Snapchat’s art initiative, which could demonstrate the idea that localities should regulate their “digital air rights” like other traditional property rights. They also discuss the potential societal impacts of augmented reality (AR) technology. This episode is Part One of a two-part discussion on this topic.

To learn more about Sebastian’s work, please follow him on social media:

Instagram: @sebastianstudio
Webpages : www.meetsebastian.com and www.cross.international
Facebook: www.facebook.com/sebastian.errazuriz

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Benjamin Halperin

Ben Halperin is a second-year law student at Fordham University School of Law, and a staff member of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media, & Entertainment Law Journal.