The Material artwork profile supports digital reproductions of artworks that are moveable material objects, often, but not always, displayed in or maintained by museums. This includes photographic registration of 2D artworks, such as paintings or drawings, in high and very high (gigapixel) resolution and high-polygon scans of 3D artworks, such as statues or sculptures.
This content profile specifies how to package different media files (e.g., TIFF, JPEG, OBJ or MTL), their metadata and the relationships between them in a meemoo SIP package. It also allows extensions to the descriptive metadata using Schema.org.
There MUST be exactly one IE at the root. There MAY be other sub-IE’s that are part of the root IE or other sub-IE’s (e.g. to describe panels of a triptych individually).
There MUST be at least one representation, but there MAY be multiple: either containing different captures or resolutions of the same IE or representing a different IE.
Each representation MUST contain at least one file.
Preservation metadata MUST be limited to the PREMIS metadata schema.
There MUST be preservation metadata at the package level in the preservation/premis.xml file.
There MUST be preservation metadata at the representation level in the preservation/premis.xml file.
Only the MD5 hashing algorithm is allowed to compute the fixity, thus:
The value of element premis:premis/premis:object[@xsi:type="premis:file"]/premis:objectCharacteristics/premis:fixity/premis:messageDigestAlgorithm MUST be set to MD5.
The value of attribute premis:premis/premis:object[@xsi:type="premis:file"]/premis:objectCharacteristics/premis:fixity/premis:messageDigestAlgorithm/@valueURI MUST be set to "http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/preservation/cryptographicHashFunctions/md5".
The csip:CONTENTINFORMATIONTYPE attribute MUST be set to https://data.hetarchief.be/id/sip/1.1/material-artwork.
The TYPE attribute in the mets.xml file MUST be set to Physical object.
The mets/dmdSec/mdRef/@MDTYPE attribute MUST be set to OTHER.
A descriptive metadata file descriptive/dc+schema.xml describing the IE MUST be present at the package level.
A descriptive metadata file descriptive/dc+schema.xml describing the representation MAY be present at the representation level (eg. to indicate diverting licenses).
Descriptive metadata in descriptive/dc+schema.xml MUST apply the DCTERMS metadata schema and MAY also apply the SCHEMA metadata schema (see below).