Re-presenting Digitised Museum Collections – Exploring the Politics of Using Apps as Digital Displays and Promotional Devices. An online talk by Dr Ana-Maria Herman (Swansea University).

Cover of the book Reconfiguring the Museum

Dr Ana-Maria Herman’s talk will discuss aspects of her research on the use of apps to display digitised museum and art collections including findings from her new book Reconfiguring the Museum: The Politics of Digital Display.  The book offers a behind-the-scenes examination of the role that innovative digital media can play in museum and urban transformation – and their politics. Dr Herman will also touch on her recent research where she has experimented with creating apps as interventions in art world gender politics.

Reconfiguring the Museum: The Politics of Digital Display will be released on the 15th of January and is available for pre-order and purchase from McGill-Queen’s University Press and Amazon UK. In the UK, a limited time offer for a 30 per cent discount is available by emailing Marston Book Services quoting promotional code MQF2 (email 

All events begin at 1.15pm and take place online

Zoom link for session:

(Meeting-ID: 967 9599 2599; Passcode: 818251)