As part of the assessment for my DH2001 Concepts and Collaboration module, I produced a digital artefact in the form of an interactive article and recorded myself making a presentation about digital libraries, museums and web archives.
Feel free to have a look through them – they’re to be found on separate pages near the top on the right-hand-side menu under About.
Here are the permanent links to the projects:
Digital artefact: https://www.genial.ly/58778572233b570ad890b5f7/digital-artefact
Recently, I went to see a screening at the Omniplex Cinema in Mahonpoint entitled Exhibition on Screen: The Curious World of Hieronymous Bosch. To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect – I had never before heard of anyone called that, and, as far as I was concerned, Bosch was simply a washing-machine manufacturer.
Then I found out that Hieronymous Bosch was an Early Netherlandish painter living in the 15th and early 16th centuries, known for his imaginative and captivating style of painting. He would often use surrealistic imagery to depict sin and hell, but also painted a number of depictions of Christ and the saints. His works are fascinating to look at due to his strange, phantasmical style.
Exhibition on Screen, a film production company, produce documentary-type films exhibiting works found in art galleries and museums – places which people would often love to visit, but simply do not have the time or resources (Exhibition on Screen, 2016). The Curious World of Hieronymous Bosch takes us on a tour of the Bosch collection in Het Noordbrabants Museum (Bosch’s hometown) in the southern Netherlands. Have a look at the trailer below: