1 2 3 4

by Lily Díaz

(Figure 5: Diagram of collaboration)What is collaboration? The reason underlying the notion of collaboration is the object; its production, its emergence. An object can be material like a sculpture, or it can be less concrete, or immaterial, like the idea of the Olympics.

(Figure 6: Diagram of activity)What is an activity? Read from slide

Now lets look at how in their work, the artist, the designer and the archaeologist deal with the same object.

(Figure 7: Diagram of the activity of the artist)
For the artist, whether a work is going to be exhibited in the Internet, for example, determines many of the choices that decide the final form of the object.

(Figure 8: Diagram of the activity of the designer)
The designer developing a product is more concerned with standards such as SGML, XML, and how they affect the market and target audience, as well as the delivery of a final product.

(Figure 9: Diagram of the activity of the archaeologist)
The archaeologist may be more concerned with narratives such as how what is pre- history defined.

(Figure 10: Diagram of collaboration)
These three parties will come together in the activity that creates Culture Heritage. Culture Heritage also emerges from past activity(Figure 10: Show web page with inhumation from Kansakoulunmäki)
<http://mlab.uiah.fi/Mulli/html/media/valokuva/kenttakuva/tya_hauta.html> MAPPING EXPRESSION IN THE DIGITAL ARCHIVE
How do all these entities express themselves in the digital archive?(Figure 11: Web page with panorama of house)<http://mlab.uiah.fi/Mulli/html/media/panoraama/rekons_panoraamat.html>The archaeologists in our project, aside from putting together their own research, have also created narratives which, at our request, fulfill the needs of a more general