Maria Farràs | Edgar Riu
As digital collections increase in size, cultural institutions are seeking new forms of organising and taking care of digital contents.
We believe in an open and shared culture. For this reason we reflect on intellectual property, copyright, open access to knowledge...
We must break down the usual assumptions about what is held in a museum and who decides what is collected, that is, what is preserved.
Digital technologies have allowed an unprecedented leap in the capacity to generate and store information. The volume of data grows by the day.
In the post-digital era, print can be culturally subversive, particularly when its unchangeability is strategically used instead of rejected as obsolete.
The net is taking root as the dominant paradigm for the digital repository, but can the Internet really replace archives?