The Co-archiving Toolbox as Open Source

The Co-archiving Toolbox is an archiving approach for increasing the diversity in public archives. It is designed to be used by archivists and museum professionals who are interested in assuming a co-archiving facilitation approach by engaging the subjects (the documented) in the shaping of archives. The toolbox includes a set of co-archiving practices aimed … Continue reading

Living Archives final event: 11 – 13 April 2018

TO BE ARCHIVED An event to mark the end of the Living Archives Research Project 11- 13 April 2018 @ Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmöhusvägen 6, Malmö The archive and acts of archiving Respecting the past, anticipating future archival needs Sensitive to what is kept and what escapes Dilemmas posed by digitization … Continue reading

The Co-archiving Toolbox tested in field

The Co-archiving Refugee Documentation project is based upon a collaboration between Living Archives and the Flyktingdokumentation/Refugee Documentation project run by the Regional Museum in Kristianstad, Malmö Museums, Kulturen Museum and the Department of Cultural Sciences, Lund University. The one year long collaboration has among other things resulted in a concept … Continue reading

Performing Encryption with Motion Capture and Virtual Reality 2017.10.09 – 2017.10.14

In this short residency artists Ruth Gibson and Bruno Martelli from London (http://gibsonmartelli.com/) are invited into the Black Box Studio of the Inter Arts Centre in central Malmö (http://www.iac.lu.se/) to join Susan Kozel (http://livingarchives.mah.se) in exploring the potential for performing encryption bodily data engages in a duet with bodily improvisation … Continue reading