Can technoheritage be owned?

Publication Type: 
Other Writing
Publication Date: 
May 1, 2016

In 1947, French statesman and novelist André Malraux, famously wrote about the concept of a “museum without walls.” The idea was simple, radical and beautiful: Reproduction, he wrote, had made it possible to liberate art from its historical location and origin, allowing the viewer to see art in completely new combinations and contexts.

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