Archivist paleographer, former student of the School of Charters, Matthieu Bonicel was curator for 10 years at the National Library of France, as head of the computer and digitization mission of the Department of Manuscripts and then as head of innovation at the general direction . His doctoral dissertation at the Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University (2014) was devoted to the relationship between the archives of medieval theater and the descriptive principles of the Web of data. He has led numerous research and development projects around digitized written heritage such as Europeana Regia or International Image Interoperapility Framework (IIIF). In 2017, he joined the Lafayette Anticipations Foundation as Head of Publishing and Information Technology, where he led, among other things, ReSource, a software development project designed to model, document and report in real time the creative process in contemporary art.
Lafayette ReSource, mapping contemporary data using Semantic Web technologies
Lafayette Anticipations, a new art production centre in Paris, has developped over the past 3 years ReSource, a software dedicated to record and archive digitally all the information gathered in a contemporary art project. The software is now avaliable for other institutions who would like to document their projects.