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engage 24 Digital Doorways

This issue of the journal examines the practical and symbolic dimensions of digital technology in museum and gallery culture- and how these have had an impact on what we mean by a visitor, an artwork or collection, or by educating and curating. Four interlinked areas are addressed: art practice, digital interactives for interpretation, online archiving, social media and web 2.0. The book review looks specifically at the challenges digital art poses to curating.

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engage 24: engage 24 Digital Doorways
September 2009
Published by engage, London
http://www.engage.org/journal.aspx?id=25

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engage 24 Digital Doorways

Editorial
Raney, Karen

'Defenestration'
Gillman, Clive

'Concept Testing at the Riverside Museum'
Williams, Richard

'Technology Fatigue in Digital Interactive Exhibitions'
Tsoroni, Agathi

'From Accessibility to Participation'
Kaitavuori, Kaija

'The Art of With'
Fussner, Hannah

'Arts Participation Online and Social Networks'
Stoddart, Jennifer

'Ephemeral Collections'
Waugh, M/ Arca, A

Artist Interviews
Raney, Karen

Review
Fussner, Hannah

 

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