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Me-Mind

Project & Results

Results

ME-MIND will experiment technological innovations to be applied to both cultural production and cultural fruition to provide cultural organisation for replicable methodology in terms of audience development, new business strategies and management models.

To this end, ME-MIND will pilot the proposed approach by using two specific use cases as complementary parts of the cultural field: museums and events.

Working in parallel in these two fields will give a more comprehensive view of the related challenges, similarities and differences between the two typologies of cultural activities will be profiled.

Through the envisaged data visualization outputs, we aim at creating an artistic dissemination keeping the human element at the centre. Moreover, the data visualization outputs will provide the cultural professionals with instruments to make better data-driven decisions and to show potential investors more understandable and emotional data.

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Use cases

Estonian National Museum is a contemporary cultural centre, which hosts vast museum collections, library, archive, exhibitions, educational activities, events in museum and in outdoor areas. The main emphasis of research and collecting is on Estonian everyday life. Today, Estonian National Museum preserves the feeling of continuity and tradition.
The museum is the generator and developer of cultural dialogue which links the past and the future. Museum`s role as a centre of ethnological research is to record, study and interpret culture as a way of life, taking into account its periodical, spatial and social diversity.


Website:
https://www.erm.ee/en

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Internet Festival (IF) is the largest italian event dedicated to digital innovation. A 4-day widespread event all around the city of Pisa in the second weekend of October, enriched during the last edition in 2020 with an online version lasting the whole autumn.
Internet Festival is a socio-anthropological exploration of the societal challenges, political moods and social instances connected to digital innovation. To this end, Internet Festival presents every year different “observation points” (thematic areas) in a multi-format programme including keynote speeches, shows, installations, educational courses, demos etc.
It is organised by public institutional partners and important research centres with the aim of disseminating technical and non-technical aspects of the Internet to the general audience.

Website: https://www.internetfestival.it/

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