Institutional Presentation Statement n.a.
June 10, Remote Institutional Presentation. Session: Archives
Keywords: digital repository, digital memory, cultural memory, digital platform, database
The presentation is about the implementation process of the digital archive of FILE – Electronic Language International Festival. The digital archive of FILE festival is being carried out according to a defined semantic and data modelling, including the input of data information for the years 2015 to 2019, aiming at its organization in the Tainacan digital repository. The talk will also point out the practical developments arising from the FILE ALIVE online meetings, held in March 2021, and more specifically what emerged from the session entitled “Archive as an Institution”, in which an alliance of partners was effected between the team ISEA (International Electronic Art Symposium), ACM SIGGRAPH (Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques) and FILE; with the common objective of seeking interconnection between the digital archives of each organization.
- Specialized in new media, contemporary art and digital culture, Paula Perissinotto is Co- organizer and Co- curator of FILE, Electronic Language International Festival, a non-profit cultural organization that promotes and encourages aesthetic and cultural productions related to the new poetics of contemporary culture. At the festival she is responsible for the selection of works, international relations and also calls for project management carried out in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba and Porto Alegre. In 2020, started as a doctoral student at the University of São Paulo, School of Communications and Arts | ECA, in Visual Poetics. Member of the Revalidates Research Group licensed by CNPq, led by Profa. Dr. Silvia Laurentiz who in turn, is formally affiliated with the School of Communications and Arts and the Department of Visual Arts, ECA / USP. https://file.org.br/artist/paula-perissinotto
- Dalton Martins (BR) work with research on the interface between computer science and information science, focusing specifically on data science and websemantics/open data linked applications for digital collections development and data analysis of memory insti-tutions’ collections. Currently coordinates the Tainacan project, in partnership with the Brazilian Institute of Museums.