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Videogames Do Belong in the Museum of Modern Art | Wired Opinion | Wired.com

Videogames Do Belong in the Museum of Modern Art | Wired Opinion | Wired.com | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it

Quality trumps all, whatever the medium and tools are: paints or pixels, canvas or console.

 

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) just announced it has acquired 14 videogames for a new category of artworks there, and some in the art world are aflutter.

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Whatever You Do, Don’t Have Fun in That Art Museum!

Whatever You Do, Don’t Have Fun in That Art Museum! | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
Readers of the New York Times Sunday Review section this weekend were greeted by Judith Dobrzynski’s piece ”High Culture Goes Hands-On”—an argument against “the quest for experience” at art museums.
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The kind of quiet contemplation of objects she favors has its place in contemporary museums, and so does experience—sometimes even experiences that might seem on first glance frivolous.


We have found that one type of art does not cheapen the other.

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Open Content, An Idea Whose Time Has Come |The Getty Iris

Open Content, An Idea Whose Time Has Come |The Getty Iris | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
The Iris is the Getty's online magazine.
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We’ve launched the Open Content Program to share, freely and without restriction, as many of the Getty’s digital resources as possible

 

Why open content? Why now? The Getty was founded on the conviction that understanding art makes the world a better place, and sharing our digital resources is the natural extension of that belief.

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LARK: Library users & design

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“…new libraries are often an eclectic assembly of design components…without a coherent framework for strategic intent” 


One gets the sense that library design of today is about legitimising the users, their use of the space, the services they require  and not so much of a collection. It is the users who are driving library use. 

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Museum Memes

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Great Participatory Processes are Open, Discoverable, and Unequal

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When I think about what makes for great participatory experiences in both poetry open mics and jazz jams, it comes down to three basic things:

 

process is open. There is some way for anyone to walk in the door and sign up.

 

The process is discoverable. If there are implied rules or idiosyncrasies (and in the best cultures, there are), they are not completely shrouded in mystery. Repeated participation can make them knowable and understandable. 

 

The process is unequal. It acknowledges differences in talent, experience, and effort, and has a system--either explicit or implicit--for rewarding greatness.

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Le remix comme appropriation ordinaire de contenus partageables : de la pratique sociale digitale à la consécration publique des institutions culturelles

Le remix comme appropriation ordinaire de contenus partageables : de la pratique sociale digitale à la consécration publique des institutions culturelles | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
MashUp Film Festival - L'intense circulation des images sur le web a révélé des œuvres nouvelles fondées sur le découpage, la manipulation, le réassemblage.
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Aujourd’hui, le remix est devenu un format d’appropriabilité des contenus culturels et, pour cette raison, il se trouve réutilisé dans d’autres cadres institutionnels : les musées à travers les propositions pionnières de « Muséomix » visant à co-créer « de nouvelles façons d’approcher les expositions »[9]

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An Outdoor Library [The Best of Book Riot]

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Much of the good ship Book Riot is off at Book Expo America this week, so we're running some of our best stuff from the first half of 2013. We'll be back w

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Une librairie dedans/dehors et prototypée avant d'être construite en dur pour montrer que l'idée fonctionne bien !

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Bibliothèques...de plein air...de l'air!

 

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Le prototypage : une confrontation au concret - Actualités chantier(s)

Le prototypage : une confrontation au concret - Actualités chantier(s) | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
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exemple de prototypage au Musée des Confluences à Lyon "Le prototypage consiste à concevoir des versions intermédiaires des supports créés pour une exposition pour en valider, et éventuellement modifier, les choix techniques et esthétiques."

 

Pourraient aussi être avantageusement utilisé en amont, et avec les visiteurs, sur plusieurs cycles d'itérations

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Museum Next 2013

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I'm just back from Museum Next in Amsterdam, it was a really really good conference - coming less than a month after Museums and the Web I was slightly worried there might be a lot of overlapping p...
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1. Be off and for the internet

They aren’t people who have studied ‘digital culture’ instead they live their lives online – they are part of digital culture

2. Adapt and Adopt existing models i.e. residencies

 Can we have more rappers and break dancers in residence, please?

Javier Celaya  suggested that museums should ‘host start up companies’ and talked about the potential to develop mutually beneficial relationships

3. People not Technology lead

There was a noticeable move towards ‘digitally mediated solutions’ at Museum Next this year, and a move away from shiny digital projects that had no lasting impact

(...) Indeed rather than seeing participation as an end point, Science Gallery places participation at the core of its design process. They showed a really interesting process map that placed visitor engagement at the centre of their design process


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Rousing The Mobile Herd: Museum Apps that Encourage Real Space Social Engagement

Do museums’ mobile apps encourage their visitors to spend more time looking down at their phones and less time interacting with their environment and each oth
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What an app SHOULD NOT do: Be a guide.• Be too engaging• Provide too much text• Play lengthy audio• Play length video• Require too much interaction• Require typing

 

What an app SHOULD do:Be a host!• Engage you in your environment• Provide prompts for discussion• Engage you with your group• Engage you with other visitors(comfortably, safely, optionally)• Provide insights into the community• Reflect back what’s important to you• Make unexpected connections

 

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Brooklyn Museum: Looking for love?

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This Thursday, May 9, we are partnering with The Go Game to offer a mobile scavenger hunt for singles.


We’ll divide you into teams based on your dating preference, and you get to roam the museum completing missions, meeting new people, and perhaps enjoying a cocktail afterwards.


Even if you don’t find “the one,” it will be hard not to have fun playing this game. There are several types of missions, including trivia, location-based puzzles, team photo ops, interacting with planted actors, and more.

 

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Le Brooklyn muséum organise une soirée de jeux dédiée aux célibataires 

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We Love Museums... Do Museums Love Us Back?

Recently Kim's been obsessing over museums, her new "hobby." Here she reads from her latest report, "The Creation of Value: meditations on the logic of museu...
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stumbled back on this "old" video. love it. was not on my bookmarks. it is now.
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Brooklyn Museum : Teaching with a 3D Simulacrum

Brooklyn Museum : Teaching with a 3D Simulacrum | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
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Did having these touchable models deepen participants’ engagement with the artwork ? Did people walk away feeling like they’d had a satisfying tactile experience with this sculpture ?


Visitors (...) paid careful, detailed attention to the surface of the sculpture and all of its contours. They held up the 3D models and compared them to the original sculpture in front of them.


(...) but the stone and scarves seemed to spark a wider variety of conversation and brought people’s focus back to the sculpture more quickly.


The 3D prints are new tools for us to play with, and we need to work with them more to get more comfortable. What are the best kinds of questions to ask people when we put these into their hands?



 

 

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Art Out and About

Thousands of high-resolution images of the Museum's collection are now free to use, modify, and publish for any purpose! Artworks gallop around the galleries...
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Thousands of high-resolution images of the Museum's collection are now free to use, modify, and publish for any purpose! Artworks gallop around the galleries and head out into the world in this short video.

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The Scary Japanese Museum Where Kids Can Mess With Mona Lisa

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“Kids should be seen and not heard” isn’t a rule the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokoyo wants to enforce at its kid-oriented Ghosts, Underpants and Stars (three keywords that symbolize children, according to organizers) summer exhibit.
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Open Objects: DHOxSS: 'From broadcast to collaboration: the challenges of public engagement in museums'

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Plan it : Public engagement works better when it’s incorporated into a project from the start


Do it : Museums have learnt that engaging the public means getting out of their venues (and their comfort zones).

 

Mean it : Done right, engagement should be transformative for all sides. 

 

Enjoy it : Almost by definition, any collaboration around engagement will be with people who are interested in your work, and they’ll bring new perspectives to it.

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Case Study: Remixing Openly Licensed Content in the Public Space | OpenGLAM

Case Study: Remixing Openly Licensed Content in the Public Space | OpenGLAM | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
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Remix art on the Copenhagen metro fences.

 

To the art pilots, so-called ‘digital natives‘, it’s a natural and deeply rooted thing to remix the digitized artworks, do mashups, collages and Photoshop manipulations, in a seemless blend of “high and low” culture. To some of the locals around the construction sites, especially those of older generations, this approach to art seemed at first almost like an assault to the original artworks. 

 

Paradoxically, in this case it is not so much the museum, but the users, who worry about misuse and vandalism towards the artworks’ integrity when they are shared openly with the public. 

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Internet, le libre et la culture

Présentation faite lors de #MuseoHub, le 13 juin 2013.
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"le libre est aussi essentiel à la culture, que la culture est essentielle à la liberté"

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Internet et la culture : la réinvention du quotidien ?

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Dans cette nouvelle ère, le « Tout culturel » de Lang est intenable, et l'État est appelé à réinventer son rôle de prescripteur : il ne peut pas se limiter à une prescription rigide, qui se définirait dans la double résistance aux prescripteurs privés et aux « braconnages » plus ou moins légaux des internautes. L'État doit devenir promoteur de la culture comme bien commun.

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Freestanding 'street library'

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The Little Free Library is a project from Stereolab: a freestanding, inverted plastic tank that you stick your head into in order to browse the books that are sheltered from the elements. It's been installed in New York's Nolita.


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Drôle d'idée la tête dans les livres 

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Voir aussi : http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/05/the-free-little-library-by-stereotank/
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Can a museum object be more like a dog?

Can a museum object be more like a dog? | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
How can science museums encourage debate? They can use social objects to encourage discussions in climate change or evolution.

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Long article sur le musée participatif avec plusieurs exemples (principalement dans des musées de science)

 

Extrait :
Nina Simon urges museums to answer the following questions: “how do you want visitors to learn from or interact with each other? Do you want to promote dialogue…? Do you want to promote group collaboration? Do you want visitors to respond to each other, to help each other, to create things together?”



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MOCAtv Presents: Urs Fischer - YES, 2013 - MOCAU

For "YES", 2013, artist Urs Fischer invited one thousand five hundred Southern California residents to fill the space of The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA with...

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Pour "YES" 2013, Urs Fischer a invité les 1500 habitants de Californie du Sud. L'objectif : remplir les galeries MOCA de sculptures d'argile de leur création. Ce très beau projet participatif a nécessité 308 tonnes d'argile!

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La grande bousculade | Création du Quartier

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Muséomix présenté au quartier de la création de Nantes

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Museos suburbanos | Metro de Madrid

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La culture du partage ou la revanche des foules | L'Atelier des icônes

La culture du partage ou la revanche des foules | L'Atelier des icônes | Open P2P ReadWrite Museums • Free Culture • Co Creation | Scoop.it
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Alors que la circulation réglée des œuvres de l’esprit permettait d’en préserver le contrôle, la nouvelle fluidité des biens culturels a favorisé leur appropriation en dehors de tout cadre juridique ou commercial, au point de faire de l’acte même du partage la signature de l’opération culturelle.

 

L’utopie de la contribution des amateurs reposait sur une vision stéréotypée, issue de l’esthétique kantienne, du travail créatif comme activité émancipatrice, désirable et auto-suffisante. (...) Mais les usages constatés ont déployé une palette sensiblement différente, composée d’activités communicationnelles, militantes ou ludiques, fondées sur les intérêts particuliers des acteurs, et récompensées par l’accroissement du capital social.


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L’égalité et la réciprocité de l’interaction ont institué la conversation en modèle de production culturelle. La diffusion virale a établi l’appropriation comme principale condition des circulations culturelles.


Plutôt que l’appropriation bottom-up de l’art contemporain, celle qu’on observe sur internet procède selon un schéma horizontal, et se décline sous les formes de la copie, du remix ou de la rediffusion.


Loin de rendre le piratage odieux, la défense de la propriété intellectuelle contribue à faire d’internet l’un des derniers bastions de la culture comme bien commun. Car les pratiques appropriatives que l’on observe en ligne ne visent pas un simple transfert de propriété, un déplacement du monopole d’exploitation d’un acteur à un autre, mais au contraire une mise en commun du contenu désigné comme bien culturel par l’acte même du partage.


L’écologie numérique ne fait pas qu’encourager la production de remixes ou de rediffusions. Elle établit l’appropriabilité comme un caractère et un critère des biens culturels, qui ne sont dignes d’attention que s’ils sont partageables. (...)  C’est ainsi que l’appropriabilité devient elle-même virale.


Mais les instruments issus de la culture de la distinction sont inopérants pour décrire la culture du partage, qui a développé sa propre esthétique. (...) la fluidité numérique a favorisé le développement d’une culture de l’anonymat, de la citation et du partage, comme autant de manifestations d’une propriété collective basée sur la libre circulation des informations,


Les pratiques montrent un paysage plus complexe, où la conversation interagit en permanence avec les productions industrielles. Les interventions les plus typiques de la culture du partage – mashup, remix, cover, détournement, satire, décontextualisation, etc. – relèvent systématiquement de formes référentielles qui manifestent un parasitisme actif plutôt qu’une pratique de création.


Les circulations administrées des productions culturelles à l’ère industrielle nous ont fait oublier que l’imitation et le partage sont les moteurs les plus puissants des dynamiques culturelles. C’est bien à cette écologie qu’appartiennent les activités expressives du web.

 

(...) la culture du partage ne privilégie pas les contenus, mais leur appropriabilité. La valeur de l’objet candidat sera d’autant plus élevée qu’il présente de bonnes conditions d’appropriation sur le plan technique (il est disponible en ligne et peut faire l’objet d’une rediffusion ou d’une copie), juridique16 (pas de mise en danger du rediffuseur), mais aussi stylistique (capacité à générer l’attention, facilité à imiter ou à transposer, stéréotypie, exemplarité, comique, rapport à l’actualité, etc.).

 

 C’est pour leurs qualités appropriatives que le comique et le second degré comptent parmi les ressorts les plus utilisés de la culture du partage.


L’esthétique de l’appropriation fait des manifestations de la viralité un principe autoréalisateur. Un objet copié, détourné ou imité est une invitation à poursuivre le jeu.


La culture du partage est une nouvelle revanche des foules. Nous ne faisons que commencer à comprendre ses effets sur notre culture.

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