What We Talk About When We Talk About Online Cultures.

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Dekker, A. (2016). What We Talk About When We Talk About Online Cultures. 5th Computer Art Congress [CAC.5]. Brasil 2016 - 2017
AuthorsDekker, A.
TypeConference paper
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Focusing on the preservation of art in the Web, this paper emphasises the importance of capturing the broader environment of platforms and social interactions in which many of these artworks thrive. Next to highlighting some of the difficulties in capturing these contexts, storytelling as a method is explored, as a way to develop and enrich an understanding of online cultures, and the function and value of art in the Web

Year2016
Web address (URL)http://europia.org/edition/livres/art/CAC5Book.htm
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Deposited16 Dec 2020
Book titleArchiving and Questioning Immateriality
ISBN979-10-90094-23-9
Web address (URL) of conference proceedingshttp://europia.org/edition/livres/art/CAC5Book.htm
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