Mathilde Betoret | Gérard Martorell
We analyse the evolution during the pandemic of cultural heritage institutions around the world.
COVID-19 has reminded us of the importance of the home while favouring in-depth changes in our ways of inhabiting it.
Renata Ávila: “The Internet of creation disappeared. Now we have the Internet of surveillance and control”
An interview with this specialist in human rights, technology and freedom of expression to discuss how today’s societies are advancing to the drumbeat of “digital colonialism”.
Reflections of a writer who transits between the analog and the digital, the material and the virtual.
What opportunities does it present, and what are the challenges facing cultural organisations as they adapt to meet the needs of audiences in the 21st century?
What could be the role of virtual reality experiences within heritage institutions and museums?
We analyse some strategies that have been applied by museums and cultural centres to adapt to this new context of digital technologies.
Print book sales have dropped 40%. Do we really think that when we finally emerge from this damn crisis readers will go out and buy print books again?
Between a collection, an archive and a reference area, La Fanzinoteca is inspired by the spirit of amateurism and by a passion for fanzines and micropublishing.
In the midst of e-waste traffickers, Africans are endeavouring to find ways to breathe new life into these discarded materials.