Computer Technology Has Transformed Modern Society Yet, Curators Wishing To Reflect Those Changes Face Difficult Challenges In Terms Of Both Collecting And Exhibiting This Book Presents How Curators At The History And Technology Museums Of The Smithsonian Institution Have Met These Challenges With Diverse Case Studies Ranging From DNA Analysers To Herbie Hancock S Music Synthesizers, From IPods To Born Digital Photographs, From The Laptop Used During The Filming Of Sex And The City To Stanley The Self Driving Car, This Book Reveals And Reflects Upon Cultures And Practices Of Curatorial Expertise And How Curators Can Be Creative In Their Approach And Prepared To Work In New Ways To Better Achieve Their Objectives
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- 192 pages
- Collecting Computer-Based Technology
- Petrina Foti
- 23 September 2018 Petrina Foti