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Digitization of cultural heritage, Snežana Mijić

In today’s society, the digitization of cultural heritage has become an inevitable norm. However, often when we talk about digitization, we mean the process of converting analog material into digital form. But how do we digitize cultural heritage that no longer physically exists? My focus in previous projects has been on the reconstruction of private spaces of famous figures, particularly historical interiors, presented through VR technology. This innovative method allows visitors to experience these spaces in a completely new way, often bringing the past to life in a way that was not possible before.

Snežana Mijić

Gallery of Matica Srpska, Novi Sad, Serbia

Snezana Mijić resides and works in Novi Sad, Serbia. She holds a degree in Painting and Conservation and is currently pursuing a doctorate at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. Mijić is employed as a conservator at the Gallery of Matica srpska, where her engagement extends beyond traditional conservation work to include digital reconstructions of lost cultural heritage. This particular focus was the central theme of her master’s thesis, which has significantly influenced her career trajectory.

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