Creating database for transforming archive into operative knowledge, is dealing with preparing archive for possible spatial repercussions. Conventional archives tend to define themselves through content-specific, quantitative accumulation of matter, subscribing to an existing, pre-established order. They rarely transform their structures. In contrast to such an accumulative model of archival practice and preservation, the operative archive offers an open framework, which actively transforms itself and therefore allows for the constant production of new and surprising relationships.

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