Digitization of the Ferdis Kostka folk art pottery collection The Little Carpathians Museum in Pezinok has been under the founding authority of the Bratislava Self-Governing Region since 2002 and owns a large collection of Ferdis Kostka ceramic and pottery. Kostka fulfilled an important national mission as he honored simple folk life and his small figural … Read More
Berlin-based artist Tobias Zielony and his “fictional” archive Tobias Zielony was born in 1973 in Wuppertal, Germany and is one of the most remarkable young photographers. His critical approach to social documentarism makes him one of the most discussed artists in contemporary photography. CHALLENGE The work of German artist Tobias Zielony deals with photography and … Read More
Digitizing landscapes in Slovakia The Geodetic and Cartographic Institute of Bratislava (GKU) is a budgetary organization established by the Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority of the Slovak Republic to fulfill the tasks of state administration for geodesy, cartography and real estate cadastre. CHALLENGE Today, the Institute implements, manages, and develops the information system of geodesy, … Read More
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Destroyed historic buildings preserved for future generations The Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic (PUSR), with its archives, acts as the protector of monuments in Slovakia. BACKGROUND Fortunately, since 2006, the board’s representatives have become fully aware of the importance of digitising the archival documents under their administration. They started as one of the first … Read More