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Digital Invasions
Co-creation of Cultural Value

Work of art by Fabrice de Nola
Culture Latin: cultura, lit. "cultivation”
Cicero:
"cultura animi” (cultivation of the soul)
"No culture can
live if it attempts
to be exclusive."
Why Open Content?

The Getty adopted the Open Content Program
because we recognized the need to share images of
works of a...
The audience is dead – let’s talk
participants instead.
Jim Richardson
Source: Nina Simon The Participatory Museum
THE MANIFESTO
“We believe in new forms of
conversations and disclosure of
our artistic heritage never more
authoritative, conservative b...
“We believe in a new connection between
museums and participants based on the
active participations of people to the
produ...
“We believe in new ways of experiencing
cultural sites, never more passive, where
knowledge will be built and not only
tra...
“We believe in the opportunity of the
web and social media to break down all
the cultural barriers”

Ph. By hanspoldoja on...
Now we know…
It’s possible!

It’s possible!
How does it work?
Ph. JD Hancock on Flickr
Wanna be an Invader?

Invaders at
the Castle
in Populonia
Find a group of Invaders!

The Invaders at the Castrum Vetus inLentini!
Bring ALL your friends!
Foto by Elettrix
Close your mouth, open your eyes.

My Mart Museum . . . by Daniela Bortolotti
Our weapons

Ph. 55Laney69 on Flickr
Tablets

Ph. Queulat00 on Flickr
Sorry…THESE Tablets!
Live the place your are invading!
Ignorance: there is a cure

Tipoteca Italiana- © Antonio Bellan - Concreate Studio®
Learn

Digital Invasions at Tipoteca Italiana
Culture is in th eye of the observer

The Invasion at the Fuseum Museum in Perugia
A kid explaining the invasion
in sign language
From the South…
..to the Center…
…to the North!
Sono persone.

Be a Traveler, be an Observer.
Tell the world your story
Inspire the world with your story
La culture est en marche: rien ne peut
plus l'arrêter.

Freely adapted from Emile Zola
from Figaro, november 25th, 1897

P...
Let’s invade
the
MuCEM!
Let’s invade!
www.invasionidigitali.it
Invasioni Digitali at the Digital Heritage Conference in Marseille
Invasioni Digitali at the Digital Heritage Conference in Marseille
Invasioni Digitali at the Digital Heritage Conference in Marseille
Invasioni Digitali at the Digital Heritage Conference in Marseille
Invasioni Digitali at the Digital Heritage Conference in Marseille
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The "Invasioni Digitali" workshop at the Digital Heritage conference in Marseille on october 28th, 2013. www.invasionidigitali.it

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  1. 1. Digital Invasions Co-creation of Cultural Value Work of art by Fabrice de Nola
  2. 2. Culture Latin: cultura, lit. "cultivation” Cicero: "cultura animi” (cultivation of the soul)
  3. 3. "No culture can live if it attempts to be exclusive."
  4. 4. Why Open Content? The Getty adopted the Open Content Program because we recognized the need to share images of works of art in an unrestricted manner, freely, so that all those who create or appreciate art—scholars, artists, art lovers, and entrepreneurs—will have greater access to high-quality digital images for their studies and projects. Art inspires us, and imagination and creativity lead to artistic expressions that expand knowledge and understanding. The Getty sincerely hopes that people will use the open content images for a wide range of activities and that they will share the fruits of their labors with others.
  5. 5. The audience is dead – let’s talk participants instead. Jim Richardson
  6. 6. Source: Nina Simon The Participatory Museum
  7. 7. THE MANIFESTO
  8. 8. “We believe in new forms of conversations and disclosure of our artistic heritage never more authoritative, conservative but open, welcoming and innovative.” Ph. Eli Brown on Flickr
  9. 9. “We believe in a new connection between museums and participants based on the active participations of people to the production, creation and valorization of culture.”
  10. 10. “We believe in new ways of experiencing cultural sites, never more passive, where knowledge will be built and not only transmitted. Where the participant will be involved and creating another form of art. Ph. By Fabio Nardella
  11. 11. “We believe in the opportunity of the web and social media to break down all the cultural barriers” Ph. By hanspoldoja on Flickr
  12. 12. Now we know…
  13. 13. It’s possible! It’s possible!
  14. 14. How does it work? Ph. JD Hancock on Flickr
  15. 15. Wanna be an Invader? Invaders at the Castle in Populonia
  16. 16. Find a group of Invaders! The Invaders at the Castrum Vetus inLentini!
  17. 17. Bring ALL your friends! Foto by Elettrix
  18. 18. Close your mouth, open your eyes. My Mart Museum . . . by Daniela Bortolotti
  19. 19. Our weapons Ph. 55Laney69 on Flickr
  20. 20. Tablets Ph. Queulat00 on Flickr
  21. 21. Sorry…THESE Tablets!
  22. 22. Live the place your are invading!
  23. 23. Ignorance: there is a cure Tipoteca Italiana- © Antonio Bellan - Concreate Studio®
  24. 24. Learn Digital Invasions at Tipoteca Italiana
  25. 25. Culture is in th eye of the observer The Invasion at the Fuseum Museum in Perugia
  26. 26. A kid explaining the invasion in sign language
  27. 27. From the South…
  28. 28. ..to the Center…
  29. 29. …to the North!
  30. 30. Sono persone. Be a Traveler, be an Observer. Tell the world your story Inspire the world with your story
  31. 31. La culture est en marche: rien ne peut plus l'arrêter. Freely adapted from Emile Zola from Figaro, november 25th, 1897 Ph. Skippyjon on Flickr
  32. 32. Let’s invade the MuCEM!
  33. 33. Let’s invade! www.invasionidigitali.it

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