DISCURSIVE FORMATIONS: place, narrative and digitality in the museum of the future

Discursive Formations - Place, Narrative and Digitality in the Museum of the Future pilot project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC, UK). A collaboration between several institutions within the University of Cambridge: the Digital Studio of the Department of Architecture, the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Computer Laboratory. Three interconnected workshop addressed the relationship between digitality and the Museum of the Future, with emphasis on the role of the moving image. The project aimed to provoke interdisciplinary exchange, generate new design ideas and serve as a catalyst for future collaborations.

See: Thomas, Maureen. 2009. 'Digitality and immaterial culture: What did Viking women think?' International Journal of Digital Cultural Heritage and Electronic Tourism 1.2 pp 177-199.

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DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE