Strategies of Display

Strategies of Display

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qJulia Noordegraaf describes how in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries museums communicated with their audiences through their presentations. She argues that museum presentations are based on a 'script' which, like the script of a film, defines a framework of action within which the presentation, its designers and its users interact. This script comprises all the elements that mediate between the museum and its audience. These include the location, architecture and layout of the building, the order and arrangement of the objects, the various display techniques and the different means of communicating with the visitor.q qThis book is unique in its approach to museum presentation as a part of visual culture. Drawing upon ideas developed in film studies, it proceeds from the assumption that the visual media confronting exhibition designers and visitors alike, constitute certain viewing habits that influence the design of museum displays.q--BOOK JACKET.Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, 2002. Meyerman, A.M. Schielandshuis: van residentie der hoog- heemraden tot stadsmuseum. ... Nieuwe vleugel: eerste fuse . Rotterdam: Museum ... Reese, Thomas Ford, and Carol McMichael Reese. a#39; Richardanbsp;...

Title:Strategies of Display
Author: Julia Noordegraaf
Publisher:Nai Uitgevers Pub - 2004

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