Links to everything I reference or cite during my keynote CM MÁLAGA – CULTURE & MUSEUMS INTERNATIONAL TECH FORUM, June 2022.

  1. Who am I
    1. National Gallery of Australia
    2. Map of Canberra by Stamen Maps
  2. NFTs
    1. What do NFTs mean for the arts / What’s the real cost of NFT Art? MuseumNext
    2. Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 273, 1975
    3. Bitcoin consumes ‘more electricity than Argentina’ BBC
    4. A $350,000 Bored Ape NFT was just sold for only $115 Block Crypto
    5. Pat is “Sick of people calling everything in crypto a Ponzi scheme.”
  3. Machine Learning and Digital Collections
    1. Using Machine Learning to write my museum conference keynote title by Keir Winesmith
    2. Mapping Future Brisbane State Library QLD
    3. The Met x Microsoft x MIT The Met Museum
    4. Identifying art through machine learning MoMA
    5. Google Arts and Culture #Selfie App Inherits Art World Disparities KQED
    6. Google’s “Arts & Culture” Is Being Called Racist, But The Problem Goes Beyond The Actual App Bustle
    7. AI Art at Christie’s Sells for $432,500 NY Times
    8. Kate Crawford on twitter
  4. VR (or the Metaverse)
    1. NDF2017 Keynote: Keir Winesmith (video)
    2. Computers as Theatre by Brenda Laurel
    3. Legible City by Jeffrey Shaw, Dirk Groeneveld, Gideon May, Lothar Schmitt, Charly Jungbauer and Huib Nelissen
    4. See Banff! by Michael Naimark
    5. Osmose by Char Davies
    6. Conversations by Dennis Del Favero, Ross Gibson, Ian Howard, Jeffrey Shaw, Matthew McGinity, Keir Winemith, Joachim Tesch, Teewon Tan, Craig Jin, Andre Van Schaik, Dennis Lin and Alan Kan
    7. CARNE y ARENA by Alejandro G. Iñárritu
    8. PlaySFMOMA
    9. PlaySFMOMA Mixed Reality Pop-Up Arcade (event)
    10. Marshmallow Laser Feast
  5. Multichannel Digital Publishing
    1. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Channel
    2. Sydney Opera House Stream
    3. Create Once Publish Everywhere: Approaches to for reusing collection information online by Paul Rowe
    4. The Create Once Publish Everywhere approach of the National Gallery of Australia
      1. 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial: Ceremony digital publication
      2. Joel Bray on Instagram
      3. Ceremony exhibition audio guide
      4. Politics of Performance with Joel Bray, S.J Norman & Darrell Sibosado livestream
      5. National Digital Learning Program
  6. Audio
    1. Tallon, Loïc, Kevin Walker (eds.), Digital Technologies and The Museum Experience. Handheld Guides and Other Media, New York: AltaMira Press, 2008.
    2. The SFMOMA’s New App Will Forever Change How You Enjoy Museums WIRED
    3. Seeing through sound: A new approach to the audio tour National Gallery
    4. History of the world in 100 objects BBC / British Museum
    5. Stuff the British Stole ABC
  7. Are these trends global or local?
    1. Culture Track from La Placa Cohen
    2. Map of Australia by Stamen Maps
  8. Thanks!

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