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Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)
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Memories of Sand. MAH - 2013 (Giselle Beiguelman, University of Sao Paulo)

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  • 1. Memories  of  Sand   5th  Media  Art  History  2013  |  Re:new   Riga,  Latvia   Giselle  Beiguelman   University  of  Sao  Paulo  -­‐  Brasil      
  • 2. MEMORY  HAS  BECAME  A  PRIMARY   ASPECT  OF  THE  EVERYDAY  LIFE    
  • 3. A  FETISH  HAS  BEEN  MADE  OF   “MEMORY”  AS  A  “THING”    
  • 4. MEMORY  BECAME     A  CORPORATE  ISSUE  
  • 5. SAVE  YOURSELF  IF  YOU  CAN    
  • 6. on the web
  • 7. YOUTUBE  =  100  HS  VIDEOS    
  • 8. FLICKR  =  3025  PHOTOS    
  • 9. INSTAGRAM  =  3600    
  • 10. 650  MI  =>  POSTS   350  MI  =>  IMAGES   24H  AT  FACEBOOK  
  • 11. Datasphere   •  Way  Back  Machine  (1996  –  2013)   –  10  petabytes     •  Library  of  Congress  (1815  –  2013)   –  32  terabytes  (books)   –  03  petabytes  (all  repository)     »  1  PETABYTE  =  250  THOUSANDS  FULL  DVDs    
  • 12. POLITICS  OF  INFORMATION  AND   MEMORY  TECHNOLOGIES  
  • 13. Portrait  of  Pope  Julius  II.  c.1512  -­‐  Raphael  
  • 14. Portrait  of  Queen  Maria  Luisa  18th-­‐  Goya  
  • 15. Luis  XIV   Hyacinthe  Rigaud   1701  
  • 16. Instead  of  causing  us  to  remember  the  past  like   the  old  monuments,  the  new  monuments  seem   to  cause  us  to  forget  the  future.(..)  They  are  not   built  for  the  ages,  but  rather  against  the  ages.   (…)  Both  past  and  future  are  placed  into  an   objecdve  present.  (…)  Time  becomes  a  place   minus  modon.  If  dme  is  a  place,  then   innumerable  places  are  possible.  Rather  than   saying,  “What  dme  is  it?”  we  should  say,  “Where   is  the  dme?”   Robert  Smithson.  Entropy  and  the  New  Monuments  (1966)  
  • 17. TKS   WWW.DESVIRTUAL.COM   TWT/INSTAGRAM:  @GBEIGUELMAN   FACEBOOK/GBEIGUELMAN      

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