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'''Mondotheque.be''' is a platform for experiments with the legacy of the universalist and documentalist [[wikipedia:Paul Otlet|Paul Otlet]]: drawings, images, systems, ideas.
 
'''Mondotheque.be''' is a platform for experiments with the legacy of the universalist and documentalist [[wikipedia:Paul Otlet|Paul Otlet]]: drawings, images, systems, ideas.
  
The site is hosted by the Brussels association for arts and media [http://www.constantvzw.org Constant], and named after [[Le Mondothèque]], Otlet's design for an imaginary device that could be at the same time archive, instrument, workstation, catalog and broadcasting machine.
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The site is hosted by the Brussels association for arts and media [http://www.constantvzw.org Constant], and named after [[La Mondothèque]], Otlet's design for an imaginary device that could be at the same time archive, instrument, workstation, catalog and broadcasting machine.
  
Mondotheque.be is inspired by the spirit of Paul Otlet, and wants to look at the way knowledge today is managed and distributed in a way that allows us to invent other futures and different narrations of the past.
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Mondotheque.be is inspired by the obstinate spirit of Paul Otlet, and wants to look at the way knowledge is managed and distributed today in a way that allows us to invent other futures and different narrations of the past.
  
 
If you want to contact The Mundaneum archive center in Mons/Bergen, please go here: http://mundaneum.org
 
If you want to contact The Mundaneum archive center in Mons/Bergen, please go here: http://mundaneum.org
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This site will host poetic experiments with the 20th century Universal Decimal System in the context of the Semantic Web, a walk through Brussels where we follow The Mundaneum's wandering archive on foot and an exploration of the extensive and important collection of digital documents  published on a commercial site plus a tracing of the messy entanglements between corporate patronage and faltering local governments.
 
This site will host poetic experiments with the 20th century Universal Decimal System in the context of the Semantic Web, a walk through Brussels where we follow The Mundaneum's wandering archive on foot and an exploration of the extensive and important collection of digital documents  published on a commercial site plus a tracing of the messy entanglements between corporate patronage and faltering local governments.
  
With contributions by: Nicolas Malevé, Michael Murtaugh, Dick Reckard, Natacha Roussel, Alexia De Visscher, Femke Snelting, Dusan Barok, Marcell Mars and many others.
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With contributions by: [[Nicolas Malevé]], [[Michael Murtaugh]], [[Dick Reckard]], [[Natacha Roussel]], [[Alexia de Visscher]], [[Sînziana Păltineanu]], [[Femke Snelting]], [[Robert M. Ochshorn]], [[Dusan Barok]], [[Marcell Mars]] and many others.
 
 
contact: hello at mondotheque.be
 

Latest revision as of 15:37, 25 June 2016

Mondotheque.be is a platform for experiments with the legacy of the universalist and documentalist Paul Otlet: drawings, images, systems, ideas.

The site is hosted by the Brussels association for arts and media Constant, and named after La Mondothèque, Otlet's design for an imaginary device that could be at the same time archive, instrument, workstation, catalog and broadcasting machine.

Mondotheque.be is inspired by the obstinate spirit of Paul Otlet, and wants to look at the way knowledge is managed and distributed today in a way that allows us to invent other futures and different narrations of the past.

If you want to contact The Mundaneum archive center in Mons/Bergen, please go here: http://mundaneum.org

This site will host poetic experiments with the 20th century Universal Decimal System in the context of the Semantic Web, a walk through Brussels where we follow The Mundaneum's wandering archive on foot and an exploration of the extensive and important collection of digital documents published on a commercial site plus a tracing of the messy entanglements between corporate patronage and faltering local governments.

With contributions by: Nicolas Malevé, Michael Murtaugh, Dick Reckard, Natacha Roussel, Alexia de Visscher, Sînziana Păltineanu, Femke Snelting, Robert M. Ochshorn, Dusan Barok, Marcell Mars and many others.

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