“Co-designing newcomers archives: discussing ethical challenges when establishing collaboration with vulnerable user groups” paper presented at Cumulus 2016

Elisabet M. Nilsson and Jody Barton presented the paper: “Co-designing newcomers archives: discussing ethical challenges when establishing collaboration with vulnerable user groups” at the conference Cumulus Hong Kong 2016 Open Design for E-very-thing– exploring new design purposes. ABSTRACT – Living Archives is a research project exploring the roles of archives in a … Continue reading

“Prototyping collaborative (co-)archiving practices” paper presented at VSMM 2016

Last week Elisabet M. Nilsson presented the paper ”Prototyping collaborative (co-)archiving practices – From archival appraisal to co-archival facilitation” at The International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM), Sunway University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ABSTRACT – This paper presents a series of prototyped collaborative (co-)archiving practices developed within the interdisciplinary research … Continue reading

Women Making History Newsletter No. 1, 2015

The 100 Years of Immigrant Women’s Life and Work in Malmö bilingual newsletter No. 1 (2015) – made by the Women 100 project, Living Archives and ABF – is now out. It can be downloaded below and at the Women Making History website. Text: Erling Björgvinsson The newsletter reports on the inauguration of … Continue reading

“Personal Recording and Archiving Practices” – Paper presented at ISEA

In August, PhD student Jacek Smolicki presented the paper “De-totalizing Capture: On Personal Recording and Archiving Practices” at the 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art. Here’s the abstract. ABSTRACT – Today’s media-scape presents recording and archiving as one of the major media practices performed by an increasingly growing number of people. Practically … Continue reading

Stories of the past shape the future – new book

Memory on Trial: Media, Citizenship and Social Justice is a new book about how we use stories of the past to shape the future. Governments, NGOs, major archives and monument builders – they are all constantly engaged in activities of retrospection, imagination and reinterpretation. They try to mediate and give authority to particular stories, while others are suppressed. Continue reading

Paper on ‘Affective and Rhythmic Engagement with Archival Material’ presented at NODEM 2014

This is the abstract of a paper presented at the NODEM 2014 conference “Engaging Spaces – Interpretation, Design and Digital Strategies”, December 1-3, 2014. Affective and Rhythmic Engagement with Archival Material: Experiments with Augmented Reality Authors: Susan Kozel, Jacek Smolicki and Daniel Spikol Digital content in Augmented Reality platforms tends … Continue reading

Using Augmented Reality, Artistic Research, and Mobile Phones to Explore Practice-based Learning

Living Archives affiliate Daniel Spikol presented a paper at Ideas in Mobile Learning 2014, an event that brought together practitioners, industry players, and researchers to exchange visions of how to use mobile technology to change the way we teach and learn. The paper Using Augmented Reality, Artistic Research, and Mobile … Continue reading