Within the framework of the project "Digitisation of Cultural Heritage Content" in 2022 the Digital Object Management System (DOM) of the National Library of Latvia, the collection of the RIXC New Media Culture Centre, has been updated with nine new digital objects.
RIXC, the Centre for New Media Culture, has added two publications, two websites and five video recordings to its collection, assessing their cultural, historical and scientific value.
Among the works selected for digitisation are “Acoustic Cyberspace. Xchange On-Air Session” Acoustic Space, Nr.1, an experimental new media art publication; “Waves - Electromagnetic waves as material and medium of art” Acoustic Space, Nr. 6, international media art exhibition catalog; “Spectropia” international new media culture festival network website; “Waves - Electromagnetic waves as material and medium of art” website; “Atmospheric Forest” project concept video; “Swamp Radio" project concept video; Forest Garden Greenhouse Concert (Greenhouse Concert, Nr.1); "Ecodata" RIXC Festival 2022 exhibition introduction video and exhibition tour video and “Waves - Electromagnetic waves as material and medium of art”: "Waves" RIXC festival 2006, festival and exhibition concept video: Armin Medosch, "Waves" RIXC festival 2006 video and "Waves" RIXC festival 2006 exhibition video
More information on digital objects can be found in the RIXC repository: http://rixc.org/lv/artbase/
As part of this project, digitized collection of the RIXC Centre for New Media Culture can be found in the DOM system of the National Library of Latvia: https://dom.lndb.lv/data/obj/676943.html
The project "Digitisation of Cultural Heritage Content" is implemented in cooperation with the National Library of Latvia and the Ministry of Culture.
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