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Frontiers in Art Research, 2023, 5(6); doi: 10.25236/FAR.2023.050602.

The Construction of the Cultural Growth Space of Digital Museums under the Perspective of Spatio-temporal Art


Kaili Jing, Ying Wang

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Kaili Jing

Guangdong Institute of Technology, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, 526000, China


This paper takes digital museums as the research object, explores the limitations of current digital museums, and discusses the multidimensional characteristics of time, space and emotion contained in spatio-temporal art with the guidance of spatio-temporal theory, and uses multidimensional dynamic “sense” to build the cultural growth space of digital museums. From the perception of details to stimulate emotions, generate associations, and achieve cultural understanding. From the growth of personal presence to break the boundaries, to achieve emotional empathy. From the experience of emotions, role transformation and alternating collision, seek a new synergistic balance point in the contradiction, and derive a new cultural emotional experience. We hope to provide some reference for the creation of digital museum space nowadays.


Time and space; Digital museum; Cultural growth

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Kaili Jing, Ying Wang. The Construction of the Cultural Growth Space of Digital Museums under the Perspective of Spatio-temporal Art. Frontiers in Art Research (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 6: 7-12. https://doi.org/10.25236/FAR.2023.050602.


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