Universidad Adolfo Ibañez

Museography and Performativity: Performance Design for Impossible Objects and Immersive Displays. En: Experimental Museology Institutions, Representations, Users.

Área de publicación Escuela de Diseño
Tipo de publicación Capítulos de Libros
Lugar de publicación London - Routledge (2021).
Fecha de publicación 2021
Autores Rodrigo Tisi - Marianne Achiam, Michael Haldrup, Kirsten Drotner

Marianne Achiam, Michael Haldrup, Kirsten DrotnerWritten by an interdisciplinary group of researchers and research-led professionals, the book argues that museum transformations must be focused on conceptualizing and documenting the everyday challenges and choices facing museums, especially in relation to wider social, political and economic ramifications. In order to illuminate the complexity of these challenges, the volume is structured into three related key dimensions of museum practice – namely institutions, representations and users. Each chapter is based on a curatorial design proposed and performed in collaboration between university-based academics and a museum. Taken together, the chapters provide insights into a diversity of geographical contexts, fields and museums, thus building a comprehensive and reflexive repository of design practices and formative experiments that can help strengthen future museum research and design.

Experimental Museology will be of great value to academics and students in the fields of museum, gallery and heritage studies, as well as architecture, design, communication and cultural studies. It will also be of interest to museum professionals and anyone else who is interested in learning more about experimentation and design as resources in museums.

“The Open Access version of this book, available at www.taylorfrancis.com, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license.»

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