Um Museu (Re)Mediado

A Experiência do Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro na Plataforma Google Arts and Culture

Palavras-chave: museu, media, remediação, património cultural, plataformas digitais, Google Arts and Culture, práticas e objetos focais

Resumo

Este artigo analisa o caso do Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro, destruído  por um incêndio em 2018, para o qual um projeto de parceria com a Google possibilitou a criação de uma visita virtual online na plataforma Google Arts and Culture. Em primeiro lugar, o artigo propõe pensar a digitalização do museu como media situado enquanto processo de remediação. Em segundo lugar, este texto questiona criticamente a viabilidade de plataformas digitais privadas como a Google Arts and Culture como sistema de remediação de um património comum. Oferece-se uma crítica à reconstituição virtual, problematizando o solucionismo tecnológico e a economia política das plataformas digitais, em particular quando aplicadas à resolução dos problemas de preservação e divulgação do património cultural. Conclui-se que esta adaptação constitui uma remediação limitada, porquanto acentua a centralidade da plataforma em detrimento da experiência do museu, e se circunscreve à apresentação da imagem do museu, sem permitir a leitura creativa e reinterpretativa que carateriza o media-museu.

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2022-06-30
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de Matos Alves, A. (2022). Um Museu (Re)Mediado. Interações: Sociedade E As Novas Modernidades, (42), 48-69. https://doi.org/10.31211/interacoes.n42.2022.a3
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