From Silk to Digital Technologies: A Gateway to New Opportunities for Creative Industries, Traditional Crafts and Designers. The SILKNOW Case

Maurizio Vitella, Georgia Lo Cicero, Ester Alba Pagán, Pierre Vernus, Dennis Wittich, Dominic Clermont, Mareike Dorozynski, María Dolores Pitarch, María Del Mar Moya Toledo, Arabella León Muñoz, María Del Mar Gaitán Salvatella, Marie Puren, José Marin Ruiz, Franz Rottensteiner

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Abstract

Nowadays, cultural heritage is more than ever linked to the present. It links us to our cultural past through the conscious act of preserving and bequeathing to future generations, turning society into its custodian. The appreciation of cultural heritage happens not only because of its communicative power, but also because of its economic power, through sustainable development and the promotion of creative industries. This paper presents SILKNOW, an EU-H2002 funded project and its application to cultural heritage, as well as to creative industries and design innovation. To this end, it presents the use of image recognition tools applied to cultural heritage, through the interoperability of data in the open-access registers of silk museums and its presentation, analysis and creative process carried out by the design students of EASD Valencia as a case study, in the branches of jewellery and fashion project, inspired by the heritage of silk.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages37
JournalSustainability
Volume12
Publication statusPublished - 2020

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Geography, Planning and Development
  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
  • Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law

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