Dr. Martin Zeilinger
Dr. Martin Zeilinger
Research Associate

Overview

Dr. Martin Zeilinger’s research interests include the appropriation of art in analog and digital media; theories of authorship, creativity and cultural ownership; copyright, intellectual property and the public domain, cultural policy and the emerging cultural rights movement, and alternative IP models emerging in creative practices. His work on appropriation art and cultural practices of copying and reusing has appeared in several peer-reviewed journals and edited collections, and has been presented at many international conferences and lectures, including at Stanford University, the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, and Sabanci University (Istanbul/Turkey). He also has a background as a creative practitioner in film and music, and has a strong interest in contemporary visual art, electronic music, documentary film and experimental cinema.