‘Finding Vivian Maier’ – Illuminating Curatorial Concerns

Mia Fineman raises the issue of the subjectivity of image curation when she says, “What you choose is inevitably a mirror of your own taste.” (Palmer, “Mia Fineman, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York | […]

Rebuilding, Reconstructing, Remaking: Recreating the Past in the Present

The question of whether or not we should attempt to recreate the past which has been destroyed is a thorny one. Of course, the question of re-creation revolves around artefacts that have been damaged or […]

Response to Readings 10 October 2016

Charles Cronin’s paper ‘Possession is 99% of the Law: 3D Printing, Public Domain Cultural Artifacts and Copyright’ provides an in-depth discussion of existing copyright issues around photographs and the status of 3D replicas of cultural […]