A Contribution to the BUA MOOC on Digital Art & Culture
Webinar: June 5th 2014 // 4:30 pm
Presentations: Baruch Gottlieb, Jürgen Enge, Arnaud Obermann
Moderation: Tabea Lurk
From object via context to culture. How far do documentation models change in our days due to cultural, semantic, and technological changes?
Part I: Case Studies
This lecture focusses on documentation of digital art & culture. It starts with a short presentation of documentation requirements and concepts in the field of conservation & restoration.
Following the transition is made from a rather object-centered to a context sensitive description and documentation of cultural heritage goods.
Conceptural Reference Model (CIDOC CRM) with its extensions CRMdig (ditigal) CRMsci (scientific) and CRMarcheo (archeological) in a MediaWiki System in order to allow conceptual documentation works.
Finally the shift from context to culture is attempted.
Summary Part II: Discussion
In the second part of webinar the presenters discuss in a more freestyle way core requirements such as
The last part of the discussion will be semi-open to the public: Everyone can pass questions via a chat box to the presenters.
Documentation of Webinar II - Reading & Documenting artistic & cultural activities of digital art and culture (June 5th 2014)
Part II.I - Conservatory Documentation
Part II.II - Documentation of Context
Part II.III - Documentation as Cultural Activity