Exhibitions as research : experimental methods in museums
Bjerregaard, Peter, editor.

Exhibitions as research : experimental methods in museums
Routledge research in museum studies ;

Bjerregaard, Peter, editor.


Physical Description
xi, 197 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color map ; 26 cm.

Routledge research in museum studies ; 29.

Introduction--Sketches for a methology on exhibition research--Joining transdisciplinary focuses to revive the past:Establishing a Viking Garden at the National History Museum,Oslo--Ethnography, exhibition practices and undisciplined encounters: The generative work for amulets in London-- Exhibitions as philosophical carpentry: On object-oriented exhibition-making--Museum objects in the marketplace-- Exhibition-making as aesthetic industry--Object-space? Sensory engagements and museum experiments-- Exhibition,engagements and provocation:From Animals to Guerilla Archaeoloogy-- Developing and promotion research in a museum thirdplace:Breaking barriers where people walk-- Visitor dialogue and participation as knowledge generating practices in exhibition work: What can museum experts lesrn from it?--How the exhibition become co-produced:Attunement and participatory ontologies for museums-- Index.

Subject Term
Museum exhibits -- Planning.
Museum buildings -- Designs and plans.

Added Author
Bjerregaard, Peter,

Bibliographical References
Includes bibliographical references and index.

Field 805
npmlib 10902018 AM151 E9657 ysh

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