The Curators’ Corner on Ibali is a showcasing lab that enables students and researchers to build sites which explore, extend and challenge existing collections as well as build new ones. Digital Humanities projects from across the university can be showcased here. This is an exploratory space that allows the curator to create a dialogue using media and metadata.
Exhibition Histories is aimed at providing documentation and creating related digital archives and displays of exhibitions that have given a public life to aspects of the Bleek and Lloyd Collection.
This exhibition site collates Dr Carla Lever's research on the connections between creativity and social change, connecting samples of her oral history interviews with global news articles and cultural artefacts.
An experimentally curated website that showcases one object – a small medicine chest housed in the Manuscripts and Archives (M&A) Department and the multitude of resonances to hint at novel connections.
This second student curated site, developed with fourth-years from the Centre for Theatre, Dance & Performance Studies (CTDPS), aims to shift thinking about methodology for performance research from writing to the technologies of performance and its digital archiving.