All Submissions

  • App

    Helge Salomonsen

    All the viking ships at our museum were ocean going vessels before they were hauled onto land to be used in burial rituals for their wealthy owners. In the burial mounds, archeologists unearthed sceletons, beautiful wood carvings and a diverse range of artifacts from the fascinating world of the vikings. The Viking Ship Museum at Bygdøy is one of two buildings belonging to the Museum of Cultural History at the University of Oslo, Norway. At the Viking Ship Museum are finds from the burials from Tune, Gokstad and Oseberg. This audioguide app is presented in multiple languages ( English, Norwegian, French, Russian, German and Spanish) and have support for ibeacons. The audience is …

  • Film & Video

    Martina I

    The two medieval polyptychs from Dubrovnik's nearby islands are eminent examples of Croatia's valuable national heritage that put the history of the region's artistic expression into the international context. They were initially attributed to local masters of the 15th century, but this thesis was later revised when the polyptychs were dated a century earlier, and placed in the context of Venetian painting. After conservation, it was concluded that the recent discovery should be presented to the public. This is reflected in the chosen presentation method of the "Hidden Trecento" project - a portable, lightweight structure raised on the arguably busiest location of the Dubrovnik's pedestrian …

  • Film & Video

    Sara Leal

    There is a secluded place in the northeast part of the island of Sao Jorge, in the Azores. Few people live there permanently, for its tough lifestyle renounces contemporary comforts we take for granted, as power lines and good communication services. There is no zip code, the mail is not delivered door to door. Reared by a steep and imposing green wall of trees and suspended roots, yet facing the openness of the horizon and the lagoon, this natural reserve is a sanctuary in many senses, and its rhythm varies immensely throughout the seasons. The film is a personal essay that follows that movement in time, from the solo winter to the summertimes of surfing waves and the Holy Spirit …