Cristiana BARNDONI | June 4, 2020 | 09:00

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Organized by Cristiana BARANDONI and Paolo GIULIERINI, Italy

The opportunity to take stock of the research and experiences put in place by museums and archaeological sites to communicate to the public the contexts of origin from which the works of art originate. Coming from excavations often conducted in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, most of the archaeological finds exhibited in museums have great difficulty relating to an increasingly demanding public, who expect the use of virtual and augmented reality as a medium preferred to satisfy the knowledge of the past.

Copyright: Giorgio Albano, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli

This round table wants to compare a series of experiences already in place, analyzing their strengths and weaknesses, in the light of public feedback. Digital is a challenge that museums cannot miss, not only to find new physical-technical indicators but also simply profitable and quantitative. But are we sure that what is a means does not turn into an end?

The #callforpaper expires on 31/07/2020

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