Pericles project
Promoting and Enhancing Reuse of Information throughout the Content Lifecycle taking account of Evolving Semantics

Resources

Art & Media - Born Digital Archive scenario

Art & Media - Born Digital Archive scenario
Acquisition of a born-digital archive collection Tate Archive acquires material on British art from 1900. Our aim is to document the British art world in a broad sense, and we collect material relating to artists as well as other art world figures and institutions such as critics, curators and galleries. The Archive contains a wide range of different types of material, including... Read more >

Introductory text to combined scenario summaries

Introductory text to combined scenario summaries
Presented in subsequent articles are illustrative summaries of workflow scenarios in the art & media and space science domains that have been used in the project to help in understanding stakeholders needs and the contextual challenges associated with long-term preservation of data. PERICLES aims to address the challenges of ensuring that digital content remains accessible,... Read more >

Science - Space Science scenario

Science - Space Science scenario
Semantic models of data dependencies Image: Solar on the ISS Columbus module, Courtesy of the European Space Agency One of the PERICLES case study partners, B.USOC, supports experiments on the International Space Station (ISS) and is the curator of both the raw science and operations data. Space Science experiments are typically very expensive to design, develop, and... Read more >

Art & Media - Software-Based Art Scenario

Art & Media - Software-Based Art Scenario
Long-term display and the potential for virtualization of an artwork Tate define Software-Based Artwork as any for which software is the core medium. The first acquisition of a Software-Based Artwork (SBA) took place in 2003, with Michael Craig-Martin’s Becoming (2003) and currently there are eight SBAs in Tate’s collection and one in the process of being acquired. The number of... Read more >

Art & Media - Media Production Scenario

Art & Media - Media Production Scenario
Commissioning to Preservation Ingest and Re-use Tate has its own media production unit, Tate Media, which produces a large volume of audio-visual content. This content aims to increase access to Tate’s collection and exhibitions, and contributes to Tate’s core mission of increasing public understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art. The content is published... Read more >