The OASIS Project
OASIS is the acronym of Open Archiving System with Internet Sharing. It was funded as project by the European Union under the master program EU Culture 2000 from May 2004 until April 2007.
The project has established a distributed internet platform for
- preservation and
- documentation of electronic arts.
The goal was to provide a complex system in order to ensure the sustainable availability of European cultural heritage in the field of electronic arts.
OASIS presents novel models and ideas about networked media archives.
Find more general → information about the OASIS project and the included artistic and technological goals here.
Get an overview of the → reports provided by the OASIS consortium.
Read a → summary of OASIS development.
Observe the → assessment of the results achieved within the project.
The → partner databases are introduced. Their designs vary because of history and institutional requirements.
You want to participate in the OASIS Platform and contribute your content to the shared archive? Please follow → this link.
Former Project Leader
HfG | Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (DE)
For additional information after the end of the project please contact