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What are exhibitions for? : an anthropological approach
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  • What are exhibitions for? : an anthropological approach
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  • Bloomsbury Academic, London, UK ; New York, NY : [2019] ©2019
  • 2019
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • ix, 231 pages illustrations (chiefly color) 26 cm
General Note
  • "The findings presented in this book are based on an ethnographic study of the production and reception of the exhibition 'At Home in Japan : Beyond the Minimal House'. The show was held from March until August 2011 at the Geffrye Museum, a historical museum of the home in East London."--Introduction.
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • At Home in Japan (Exhibition) (2011 : Geffrye Museum (London, England))
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  • ebook version : ISBN 9781350065376
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  • 9781350065352
  • 1350065358
  • 9781350065390
  • 1350065390
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Why do people go to exhibitions, and what do they hope to gain from the experience? What would happen if people were encouraged to move freely through exhibition spaces, take photographs and be playful?

In this book, Inge Daniels explores what might happen if people and objects were freed from the regulations currently associated with going to an exhibition. Traditional understandings of exhibitions place the viewers in a one-way communication form, where the exhibition and those behind its creation inform their audiences. However, motivations behind exhibition-going are multiple and complex and frequently the intentions of
curators do not match the expectations of their visitors.

Based on an in-depth ethnographic examination of the processes involved in the making and reception of one particular exhibition-experiment as well as a study that follows 'freed' objects into their new homes, this publication will not only shed light on what exhibitions are, but also what they could become in the future.
Featuring over 175 colour illustrations and using practical examples, this is an important contribution for students and scholars of anthropology, museum studies, photography, design and architecture.

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