Open Source Water

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|E| 14.000 bottles from an exhibition have been put under a Creative Commons license and have been refilled with excellent quality water. |D| Creative Commons ist auch auf analoge Medien anwendbar: 14.000 Flaschen, die Teil einer Ausstellung waren, konnten so wiederverwertet werden.
Open Source Water Kunstraum Dornbirn
|E| 22 pallets of glass bottles type Schlegel in four different shades of green served as the artist's material in an industry hall: a subtle play of colour, depending on the time of day and weather. The artistic recycling of the bottles for the Open Source Water project has been managed with a Creative Commons license. |D| lichtgrün, grün, feuille-morte: eine raumgreifende Arbeit von Tamara Grcic. 14.000 Flaschen, Typ Schlegel, 0,75l, in vier verschiedenen Tönen dienen als Material für eine Installation in der 430qm grossen und 11m hohen Industriehalle. Die Flaschen sollten danach wieder in "ihre eigentlichen Produktions- und Bedeutungszusammenhänge" eingeschleust werden. Die rechtlichen Aspekte dazu haben wir mittels Creative Commons gelöst.
Open Source Water Get your Open Source Water bottle at the Ars Electronica Festival   Brucknerhaus, Foyer, Linz, 2004-09-03 09:00:00 - 2004-09-07 18:00:00
Creative Commons Austria is being presented by a consortium at the Ars Electronica Festival's electrolobby. We will offer initial license registration and serve Open Source Water. Get your bottle there!
Open Source Water Bottles on the Ground (big image)
Like a snap-shot in a film: waving colors and mirrored lighting with 14.000 bottles on the ground.
Open Source Water Hatler Brunnen (big image)
Three fountains in Hatlerdorf are in ten minutes walking distance from the Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (http://www.fhv.at). Those fountains are managed by a local co-op, which had been founded by farmers in 1616. The source spends best quality water, and each member's right for water withdrawal are still negotiated annually face-to-face.
Open Source Water Children support Creative Commons
For many children from Hatlerdorf, filling bottles from the public fountain was a lot of fun. They were eager to fill the bottles with water from a public fountain and attach the labels. What an exciting event in their summer holidays!
Open Source Water Creative Commons wins Golden Nica
Creative Commons wins the Golden Nica in the Net Vision Category for establishing a framework, that allow writers, designers, fotografers or musicians to share their work with clearly defined rules.
Open Source Water Delivery Service
We are planning to offer the delivery of Open Source Water bottles. At the moment, we are collecting information, how to organise it best.
Open Source Water Open Source Wasser abgefüllt
Creative Commons Österreich schenkt bei der ARS Electronica Open Source Wasser aus.
Open Source Water Image of Water Bottles
Bottles have been offered to visitors of the Ars Electronica Festival.
Open Source Water Wasserflasche nah
Wasser wurde bei der Ars Electronica kredenzt.
Open Source Water Blogged by Joi Ito
Open Source Water has been blogged by media activist and entrepreneur Joi Ito. He runs a very famous moblog and an irc channel with 100 people online in average at irc.freenode.net/#joiito .
Open Source Water Jio Ito tastes Open Source Water (1mb image)
Internet entrepreneur Joi Ito is tasting Open Source Water during the Creative Commons Austria launch event.
Open Source Water Etikettes of the Water Bottle
Each Open Source Water Bottle received two etikettes, explaining the license model and the idea of the project.
Open Source Water Die Quellen sind frei ?!   Studienzentrum Josefstal, Schliersee, 2005-09-25 03:00:00 - 2005-09-25 09:00:00
Josefstaler Gespräch 2005 * Wasser ist keine Ware wie jede andere, ist ein grundlegendes Lebensmittel. * Geistiges Eigentum ist ebenfalls keine Ware wie jede andere, es ist Grundlage des kulturellen Lebens. Es wächst, wenn es weitergegeben wird.
Open Source Water CC Bottles in Bulgaria
The open cource water bottle art event cannot be reproduced. But we have found a way, how to continue the art project, based on the share-alike principle. Read more in the e-mail conversation with the Bulgarian Internet Society.