"We can have a lifelike restoration of a person by using remains found in a small historic site. People of our time have a desire to reinforce and augment the copied video with the help of AI. We enhance the resolution of photos using the FaceApp, we enliven historical figures in black and white using 'deepfake' rendering engines. These have now become popular entertainment.
"If the popular way of perception has been changed, the way that we percieve artworks must change accordingly. Museums as a space where people encounter artworks must be under pressure to change. Indeed, museums have been changing upon the ways and desires of perception changed. (...)
Until recently European museums strictly prohibited photogaphy. Photography was parially allowed but a change occurred in around 2015. Many european museums officially allowed visitorrs to take photos. In other words, it took almost. 100 years after cameras became part of our everyday life to change the convention of the museum."