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"Doing media archaeological experiments
will turn the historian into an experimenter"

Publication: Replicating the Kinora

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The article "Replicating the Kinora: 3D modelling and printing as heuristics in digital media history" has been published in Open Access in the new issue of the Journal of Digital History. The article is the result of a fruitful collaboration between DEMA researcher Tim van der Heijden and engineer Claude Wolf from the Department of Engineering of the University of Luxembourg within the context of the DEMA project.
20 April 2022
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Performing Media Archaeological Experiments (report)

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A report of the second international workshop of the DEMA project, held online on 18 December 2020. For this workshop, participants from various fields, including media history, art history, musicology, history of science, sensorial ethnography, contemporary composition and sound art were invited to share experiences on how to perform historical re-enactments and how experimental research can serve or operate in artistic practice.
23 May 2021
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