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ANNE OGUNDIPE

ART AND MEDIA RESEARCHER

RECENT ARTICLES

2021

Museum open data ecosystems: a comparative study

"This study aims to investigate how, in forming their policy towards open data (OD), art museums interact with the OD ecosystems they are part of, comprising internal and external components such as cultural policy, legal frameworks, user groups and economic conditions and incentives."

 

"As the first comparative case study of art museum OD ecosystems that the authors are aware of, the study provides a qualitative analysis of the complex dynamics impacting OD policy within the mid-sized art museum. The authors identify specific dynamics that are thus far restricting further development of the OD ecosystem of the mid-sized European art museum."

 

P. Booth, T. Navarrete and A. Ogundipe in Journal of Documentation.

2019

Museum Leaders’ Perspectives on
Social Media

"In the context of the shift towards participatory practices within museums, museum engagement with social media represents a form of organizational change. This study approaches social media and the corresponding organizational change from a museum leader’s perspective, utilizing data from a broad cross-section of 82 museums in Norway. We address how the characteristics of a museum and its leader impact social media attitudes, behaviors and intention towards social media-based change."

 

P. Booth, A. Ogundipe and S. Røyseng in Museum Management and Curatorship.

2019

Kunsten i landskapet Internett

"Begrepet territorium har sitt opphav i ordet terra, som betyr jord, og jord er noe av det mest fysisk tilstedeværende, mest utvetydig materielle og mest håndgripelige man kan forestille seg. Internett oppfattes gjerne som det motsatte: Som noe grunnleggende ikke-materielt, noe usynlig, noe som mangler romlig utstrekning, og noe som – med hele sitt vesen – motsetter seg berøring og fysisk definisjon."

A. Ogundipe, in Det var jo ingen horisont der (edited by P.B. Boym).

 
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