Design, Heritage e cultura digitale

Scenari per il progetto nell’archivio diffuso
  • Margherita Tufarelli,

With the digital transformation, the exponential increase in the number of tools and types of support with which human expressions can be created and transmitted brings with it new cultural paradigms that feed creative productions and vice versa, giving rise to new questions regarding how Heritage “works”, what it “does” and what it “serves”. This is the general context in which the research project described in this book is set, and the convergence that has been created over time between technologies, cultural heritage, and design, which today seem to implement a triangulation in which each vertex favors the relationship between the other two, opening up new and interesting research perspectives to explore.

  • Keywords:
  • Design,
  • Digital Culture,
  • Digital Archives,
  • Cultural Heritage,
  • Digital Memory,
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Margherita Tufarelli

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-4824-6715

Margherita Tufarelli is PhD in Design and researcher at the University of Florence, DIDA (Department of Architecture), Design Campus section. Her research interests deal with the interaction between cultural heritage and digital technologies through the lens of design culture.
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