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Case study on Marina Zerbarini’s Tejido de memoria now available on FIHRM website

A case study on Marina’s digital artwork, Tejido de memoria has now been added to the Resources section of the FIHRM (Federation of International Human Rights Museums) website.

Claire and her Research Assistant, Ailsa, were invited by National Museums Liverpool (NML), who created and run the website, to rejuvenate its Resources section as part of Claire’s ongoing Latin American Art and Museum Policy project. The section is used as a source for those in the museums sector and academics in the field internationally as a means to draw attention to a museum and/or exhibitions, drawing attention to ethical issues in exhibition spaces.

The case study itself focuses on how Marina’s work addresses issues of human rights through the use of interactive digital media, and considers how digital artwork can engage the public in new ways.

Claire and Ailsa will be continuing to add to FIHRM’s Resources section in the coming weeks, individually focusing on artists Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga, Bárbara Palomina, and Brian Mackern who all contributed to Claire’s 2014 Cities in Dialogue/Ciudades en dialogo exhibition at FACT Liverpool. A case study on the exhibition as a whole and on Claire and Jordana’s policy document will also be uploaded in the near future.


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