The potential of digital representation: The changing meaning of the Ife ‘bronzes’ from pre-colonial Ife to the post-colonial digital British Museum
Sogbesan, Oluwatoyin Zainab;
Subject: NB | AM
For many years, meanings and interpretations of artefacts that are taken to represent African culture including the Ife bronzes have been predominantly produced and fixed\ud by a team of western curatorial experts (Ciolfi, 2012). Such museum practices have prevented vis... View more
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