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Re_action: the digital archive experience : renegotiating the competences of the archive and the (art) museum in the 21st century ; editor in chief, Morten Søndergaard ; editors, Mogens Jacobsen and Morten Søndergaard.

Author: Morten Søndergaard; Mogens Jacobsen
Publisher: Aalborg : Aalborg University Press, 2009.
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"This book investigates the ways in which new digital media may enhance the experience of the art-archive. Taken as a whole, the new media is a vital component of a 'transdisciplinary' and transformative field, a cultural landscape that is changing rapidly the conditions and domains of the archive and the (art)museum. How, then, should the functions and strengths of both archive and museum be shaped to meet those  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Morten Søndergaard; Mogens Jacobsen
ISBN: 9788773079522 8773079529
OCLC Number: 401140255
Notes: " ... presented at the exhibition 'Total_action - art in the new media landscape' at the Museum of Contemporary art in Roskilde, Denmark, from October through November 2008"--Page 4 of cover.
Description: 239 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface; Introduction; Transdisciplinary Settings; New Protagonists and Alliances in 21st Century Art; The Digital Archive Experience; Mapping; Mapping -- History & Theory; The World is not a desktop; Mapping -- Practices; SOCIAL Souvenir; Sonic Remembrance; Mapping -- Perspectives On Embodied Telepistemology, T-shirts and the new Museum Space; Metadata; Metadata -- History & Theory; 5 math views of the world; Metadata -- Practices, METASYN; Metadata -- Perspectives; Metadata, mon amour; Reactive Spaces; Reactive -- History & Theory; Ontology is overrated; Reactive -- Practices; Art as Social Site: Participation as Medium; Any odd construction that emits or reacts to sound...; Reactive -- Perspectives; THE PRACTICE OF EVERYDAY (MEDIA) LIFE; The Digital Archive Experience; Digital Archive -- History & Theory; The Computer for the 21st Century; Digital Archive -- Practices; AUDIOBAR; Digital Archive -- Perspectives The Ephemeral Database; Sources and Resources: Social Bookmarking; References.

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Investigates the ways in which digital media may enhance the experience of the art-archive. This book discusses the challenges of the archive and the (art)museum in the age of digital media. It is  Read more...

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