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Author by : Suzanne Macleod Languange Used : en Release Date : 2005 Publisher by : Taylor & Francis ISBN : 0415343453 File Size : 55,8 Mb Total Download : 621
Reshaping Museum Space pulls together the views of an international group of museum professionals, architects, designers and academics highlights the complexity, significance and malleability of museum space, and provides reflections upon recent developments in museum architecture and exhibition design. Various chapters concentrate on the process of architectural and spatial reshaping, and the problems of navigating the often contradictory agendas and aspirations of the broad range of professionals and stakeholders involved in any new project. Contributors review recent new build, expansion an
Author by : Kali Tzortzi Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-03-09 Publisher by : Routledge ISBN : 9781317092988 File Size : 47,7 Mb Total Download : 913
Museums are among the iconic buildings of the twenty-first century, as remarkable for their architectural diversity as for the variety of collections they display. But how does the architecture of museums affect our experience as visitors? This book proposes that by seeing space as common ground between architecture and museology, and so between the museum building and its display, we can illuminate the individuality of each museum and the distinctive experience it offers - for example, how some museums create a sense of personal exploration, while others are more intensely didactic, and how t
Author by : Richard Crownshaw Languange Used : en Release Date : 2010-11-30 Publisher by : Berghahn Books ISBN : 1845458478 File Size : 51,9 Mb Total Download : 202
Memory studies has become a rapidly growing area of scholarly as well as public interest. This volume brings together world experts to explore the current critical trends in this new academic field. It embraces work on diverse but interconnected phenomena, such as twenty-first century museums, shocking memorials in present-day Rwanda and the firsthand testimony of the victims of genocidal conflicts. The collection engages with pressing 'real world' issues, such as the furor around the recent 9/11 memorial, and what we really mean when we talk about 'trauma'.
Author by : Elaine Heumann Gurian Languange Used : en Release Date : 2006-05-17 Publisher by : Routledge ISBN : 9781134247066 File Size : 51,5 Mb Total Download : 636
Written over a thirty-five year career, the essays in Civilizing the Museum introduce students to the powerful, sometimes contested, and often unrealized notion that museums should welcome all because they house the collective memory of all. Drawing on her experience working in and with museums in the US and throughout the world, Author Elaine Heumann Gurian explores the possibilities for making museums more central and relevant to society. The twenty-two essays are organized around five main themes: * museum definitions * civic responsibility and social service * architectural spaces * exhibi