"Digital art is a term and a practice that has been prevalent in the museums and contemporary art sectors since the 1960s."
Débats sur les injonctions à l'innovation
The introduction of digital technology in the museum generates as much enthusiasm as fear. This book looks back at the virulent debates that have been stirring the profession for several years now. On the one hand, technophiles praise the virtues of digital technology (applications for smartphones make it possible, in particular, to democratize knowledge and attract young audiences), while technophobes reject it, considering it to be an attack on an authentic encounter with works of art (virtual online exhibitions would condemn museums to be totally dematerialized in the more or less long term).
Eva Sandri is interested in the ideological context in which devices are sometimes put in place at a forced march and in the way professionals adjust to this new situation.
The author also proposes some ideas for the implementation of mediation projects that go off the beaten track.
— Source: Éditions MkF's website, translated from French with DeepL
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