- A virtual platform to share and promote digital best practices related to culture and cultural heritage from across Europe and the world.
COVID-19 pandemic particularly affected the cultural and cultural heritage sectors with travel bans, public closures and event cancellations with alarming financial implications. As a consequence, plenty of museums and cultural organizations increased the use of digital technology and started to … Continue reading →
- “We challenge you to recreate a work of art with objects (and people) in your home”
People are not custom to live isolated and confined at home. The forced reclusion due to the Covid-19 pandemic leads to disorientation and discouragement. In this scenario it is thus even more important than ever to spread the value of … Continue reading →
ARCHES, Accessible Resources for Cultural Heritage EcoSystems, is a 3 year European project with the aim to make art and cultural experience accessible for all, through the development of technological solutions that improve access to culture. The project is arriving … Continue reading
In order to understand this context of change, the RICHES project organised a workshop at the Turkish National Library (Ankara, Turkey). Two intense days of discussion allowed the participants to discuss key questions about how these transformations are evolving, and identify the main opportunities and trends for the upcoming years. Continue reading
‘The Space’, a new digital arts project at London’s Tate Modern funded by the BBC and the Arts Council, has been launched with a vision of ““promot[ing] freedom of expression and the combination of art and technology”. The project, which united over 140 artists from all over the world. Continue reading
The Italian School for the moment will be little digital, as we knew. Carrozza’s Decree actually annuls the acceleration given by Minister Francesco Profumo.Despite of that, in Italy the Italian digital readers number increases by 45,5%, as AIE (Italian Publishers Association) registered during the 6th Editech edition. The Italians’ 61,5% reads at least an e-Book.
The artist Anthony Antonellis has become the first person to receive a “digital tattoo”. The process involved getting an RFID chip implanted in his body, underneath his skin. Continue reading
Print Club London, an art studio based in Dalston that creates unique, limited edition screenprints, recently created a series of 17 film posters to mark the Film4 Summer Screen, an outdoor cinema hosted by Film4 giving Londoners a chance to catch some of the most iconic films of our generation, British weather permitting. Continue reading
A 12-metre-tall, digital, audiovisual sculpture has been unveiled for viewing at the National Museum of Catalonia in Barcelona. The digital sculpture, by Italian artist Davide Quayola, is based on an sculpture of Rodin, and is part of the International Festival of Advanced Music and New Media Arts, Sónar. Continue reading
The exhibition, in this way, also demonstrates that despite technological and digital advances, a physical presence can still be essential in gaining a real feel for an exhibition such as this one. The exhibition, which is on at the Hayward Gallery, part of the Southbank Centre, will be available to the public until May. Continue reading
While the designer Hussein Chalayan is known for his conceptual and experimental approach to fashion, this video piece takes his artistic abilities to a whole new level. Continue reading