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New Online Presentation

MAU DIGITAL IMPRINT

MAU DIGITAL IMPRINTThe project of digitally recording the permanent display and whole Museum of African Art (MAU) building was conducted in several stages over the course of 2015, 2021 and 2022, with the aim of creating a so-called digital imprint as form of cultural heritage preservation. In light of the announced reconstruction of the Museum, by mapping all relevant data, we wanted to create lasting documentation of the initial architecture, as well as the concept of the first permanent display of the MAU. Recording the space and exhibition setting of the Museum using the most current technology and translating the data into a digital impression will make them permanently accessible to all future researchers and other interested parties, even when they cease to exist in their current state.

We invite you to actively explore our new online presentation www.otisak.mau.rs. Enjoy panoramic virtual walks through the museum, encounter the permanent display, museum garden or murals painted onto the façade, and investigate the many contents regarding exhibited pieces and collecting trajectories. Go back to 1977 and read about some of the impressions at the time of the opening of this lasting symbol of Non-Aligned times – a museum created on the grounds of friendship and sincere support of the peoples of Africa, and admiration for the power of their artistic expression.

All stages of digital recording and project realisation were conducted by Ayako Studio in collaboration with MAU curators.

Panoramic photo of the MAU

Panoramic photo of the MAU

Mural orthoimage on the MAU facade

Mural orthoimage on the MAU facade 

Mural orthoimage on the MAU facade

Mural orthoimage on the MAU facade

Orthoimage of the MAU facade section

Orthoimage of the MAU facade section

Axonometric representation of the MAU display

Axonometric representation of the MAU display 

Axonometric representation of the MAU display

Axonometric representation of the MAU display 

Laser scanning of the MAU space

Laser scanning of the MAU space

Laser scanning of the MAU space

Laser scanning of the MAU space 

 

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