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Thursday, February 5, 2009




The obsessive recording of the past, its preservation, musealization or commemoration, is a constant of the memory policies and markets of the industrialized world. Renovated technologies burst into the lives of people and communities to contribute to the construction of a global ‘digital exomemory’; in short, through ‘declassifying’ instruments that could incorporate digitality and facilitate sensitive organizational and communication channels with other cultures and memories, guaranteeing the right of inclusion or invisibility.
Exomemory/ Epistemography/ Digital technology/ Communication/ Diversity