The Little Archive is a collaborative web-native documentary project about a significant unpublished audiovisual archive founded in the City of Bahía Blanca, belonged to a private TV News Show recorded between 1974 and 1984.
The testimonial, cultural and political value of this archive is still unknown.
The little archive is a collection of unknown stories, images never seen before and unedited.
Collaborative and location-based we started working in an open-source Tech Community to equated to democracy, to be free, transparent and participatory.
We’re based on the notion of artivism in the creation of memory rather than the consumption of memory, as a concept created by whom wield the power.
The challenge is to make users to tell their story (as witnesses, as main characters, or as listeners), recognizing faces, places, locations, dates, events in the footage we will publish for the first time or creating new ones from their own personal archives.
Our first set will be labeled and targeted in minimum narrative unit expressions.
Rodrigo Caprotti, Luisina Pozzo Ardizzi, Ana Lucía Daruiz, Melissa Teng.