Communicating Culture with Digital Media

Call for Entries

Virtual Balance

Virtual Balance

netzspannung.org

Abstract

Digital media make it possible to use virtual technology to reconstruct buildings that have long since disappeared, design and explore digital knowledge spaces using innovative interfaces, integrate remote or digital rooms in museums and exhibitions and develop new play-based, interactive communication strategies.

netzspannung.org, the Internet platform for digital art and culture, is planning to show examples of these different
approaches. The aim is to provide an overview of the
different strategies, from purely digital spaces (Internet, VR, CD-ROM, DVD) through to AR and mixed-reality scenarios and media concepts that are based in or take a subordinate role to physical space.

This overview should show:
- how digital media are used to communicate cultural
heritage
- what new possibilities are being developed with digital media in order to present cultural artefacts in a
media-based way
- how digital technologies complement the work of the
curator.

netzspannung.org is an online archive for digital art and
culture that presents current media-art, media-design and IT-research projects.

netzspannung.org is being developed at MARS-Exploratory Media Lab of the Fraunhofer Institute for Media Communication under the direction of Monika Fleischmann and Wolfgang Strauss.

Institution

Fraunhofer-Institute for Media Communication, MARS-Exploratory Media Lab
Germany
Schloss Birlinghoven
D-53754 Sankt Augustin

Contact

redaktion@netzspannung.org

Deadline

May 31, 2003

URL

» http://netzspannung.…/cultural-heritage/en

Comment

This "Call for Entries" should ensure that the picture that emerges is as wide-ranging as possible and that project that are only just in the process of being created are
also included.

Send your project or suggestions for articles on the
subject to: redaktion@netzspanung.org
or publish your project directly on the Internet platform
at: http://netzspannung.org/netzkollektor/en

Submission

, May 12, 2003

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