The debate on intangible cultural heritage and landscapes and their links to digital technologies and platforms is becoming increasingly important and particularly fit for shaping heritage contents according to UNESCO ICH Conventions, EU Convention on Landscape and the Chart for the Safeguard of Digital Heritage. Digital archives and virtual galleries are, in fact, the intangible places where some crucial passages of the process of heritagization take place. Moreover, they are the most efficient tools for participatory processes of safeguard and valorization of cultural heritage according to the 2005 Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Communities (Faro Convention) and the different strategies of reassessing property rights of the local. This is a form of empowerment and redefinition of the agency on the heritage scenario. These archives collect common cultural heritage and shared knowledge. So doing, they define particular groups or minorities using co-produced narratives, discourses, storytelling, representations.
|Titolo:||Paesaggi digitali e rappresentazioni di culture. Patrimoni, tecnologie dell'informazione e processi partecipativi|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|