PHI Perspectives: Lessons when archiving digital artifacts
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Change is both a destructive and constructive force, a paradigm shift that sometimes means never going back. We analyse it as part of PHI Perspectives, a video series about how we imagine the future.
PHI Perspectives consists of a series of conferences with influential figures organized by the PHI Centre, every iteration sharing a common ambition—to re-evaluate our age-old systems, and to propose a shift in established models. Each event will act as material for videos on contemporary issues, commented by Cheryl Sim, Managing Director and Curator at the PHI Foundation. A journey through evolving thoughts, between theory and change, balancing technology and narration, and producing knowledge for future generations.
In this episode of PHI Perspectives, we explore the notion of change and the challenges that accompany those changes. And if you’re a creative person, this episode can help you stimulate your creativity and enable change in your practice.
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