In the paper ‘Infrastructuring for Cultural Commons’, Sanna Marttila (Aalto University) and Andrea Botero (Universidad de Los Andes) reflect on their involvement in the design and development of two information systems: EUscreen and Fusion.
‘Fusion and EUscreen are both infrastructural initiatives aimed at contributing, from different angles, to wider public access to and appropriation of the European digital cultural heritage. Our analysis is founded on the notions of an installed base and gateway in information infrastructure development. We situate our co-design activities and infrastructuring strategies in relation to a broader interest in advocating not only the preservation of and access to digital cultural heritage, but, more importantly, enabling collaboration, to support the emerging practices of diverse user groups, and to contribute to cultural commons.’
Read the paper Infrastructuring for Cultural Commons by Sanna Marttila and Andrea Botero.