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TitleVirtual museums, new media arts and sound archives
Author(s)Oliveira, Madalena
Martinho, Cláudia Teixeira
Editor(s)Barranha, Helena
Henriques, Joana Simões
KeywordsMuseus virtuais
Media arts
Arquivos sonoros
Arte sonora
Issue date2021
PublisherUniversidade Nova de Lisboa. Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas. Instituto de História da Arte
CitationOliveira, M. & Martinho, C. (2021). Virtual museums, new media arts and sound archives. In H. Barranha & J. S. Henriques (Eds.), Arts, museums & digital cultures. Rethinking change (pp. 204-214). Lisboa: IHA/Nova FCSH/MAAT
Abstract(s)Virtual museums are new ways of promoting cultural experiences and are also important repositories for safeguarding new examples of artistic, cultural and social heritage, with the added advantage of being potentially global. They have been adapted to collect digital artefacts and new forms of intangible art, which are, generally speaking, media arts. In this sense, virtual museums are also a challenging place for the collection of sound contents. Considering the Portuguese example, where there is a legal vacuum in terms of archive policies for sound, this text examines the opportunity that platforms of this kind may represent for the preservation of sonic-based memories. Prepared under the scope of the research project Audire: Saving Sonic-Based Memories, which is currently being developed at the Communication and Society Research Centre, University of Minho, this text also discusses the role that governments should play in defining parameters for the creation of sound libraries.
TypeBook part
DescriptionDOI Livro 10.34619/hwfg-s9yy
AccessOpen access
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