Navigating media-rich information spaces using concept graphs : the abramovic dossier

A. Eliëns, C. Riel, van, Y. Wang

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    Navigating media-rich information spaces usually involves switching back and forth between categories and lists indexing the material and the actual media presentations. In this paper, we describe a multidisciplinary case study of creating a digital dossier to present a collection of artworks and related information in a more immersive manner, using a concept graph for navigation. The case study is done for the artworks of the Serbian-Dutch performance artist Marina Abramovic, in cooperation with the Dutch Institute for Cultural heritage. In the paper, we describe the design requirements, as well as the technical realization of the abramovic dossier. Based on an initial user evaluation, we also indicate directions for future research, and discuss the style criteria for the user interface of our digital dossier(s).
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCurrent Research in Information Sciences and Technologies: Multidisciplinary approaches to global information systems (Proceedings International Conference on Multidisciplinairy Information Sciences and Technologies, InSciT2006, Mérida, Spain, October 25-28, 2006)
    EditorsV.P. Guerrero-Bote
    PublisherOpen Institute of Knowledge
    Publication statusPublished - 2006


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