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OPUS (Open Platform for Unlimited Signification). Online software for a digital commons. Released at Documenta 11, 2002, and part of “How Latitudes Become Forms”, Walker Art Center Minneapolis (February - May 2003)Gallery Pic
The OPUS project (www.opuscommons.net) is an online platform and software for the creation and sustenance of a commons of digital cultural material. It is an experiment in translating the primary freedoms of Free Software – to access, download and modify any given piece of information – into an ethic of sharing and collaboration in the realm of cultural production. Visitors to OPUS are asked to offer their work for usage by others as ‘rescensions’.
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APNA OPUS: A Local/Global Device for Shared Creative Practices. a tool designed to facilitate collaborative creation and peer to peer sharing of media data for communities gathered together on a local or enclosed network, as well as on the internet. APNA OPUS works for any context where people want to collaborate on creative media projects, be they local - in one class room or media lab, in a cluster of class rooms or media labs, or global - all over the internet.
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