Eye is involved as a partner in various national and international research projects that centre on the application of innovative methods of restoring, digitizing and providing access to the collection.
Materials in motion: a conservation strategy for analogue Dutch animation artwork from the period 1930–2000
In the project Materials in motion: a conservation strategy for analogue Dutch animation artwork from the period 1930–2000, research is being carried out into Eye’s collection of animation artwork, which includes sketches, storyboards and other visual material. Researchers are drawing up guidelines for the registration of animation artwork and are formulating a conservation and digitization strategy. For more information visit the blog Materials in Motion.
The project is funded by Metamorfoze.
Network for Experimental Media Archaeology
Eye is a member of the Network of Experimental Media Archaeology (NEMA). This international network promotes new forms of collaboration between universities and heritage institutes in the field of obsolete media technologies. The network aims to ensure that museums and archives acquire a laboratory function in which historians, archivists and curators are challenged to experiment with (film)apparatus from the collection.
A Million Pictures: Magic Lantern Slides Heritage as Artefacts in the Common European History of Learning
Data-Driven Film History: a demonstrator of Eye's Jean Desmet Collection
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