Congresos de la Universitat Politècnica de València, Systems & Design: Beyond Processes and Thinking

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From the invisible from the everyday, the unmentionable towards narrative strategies to explain, understand, remember. New Perspectives on Cultural Preservation.
Marco Borsotti

Última modificación: 17-07-2016

Resumen


This proposal takes into consideration three categories of unusual narrative, connected to human life - the invisible, the everyday and the unmentionable - often placed in the outer fringe of our attention or completely ignored.

The invisible: that which inhabits our world and often influences our lives, even though escaping our awareness because active in dimensions that we cannot see or do not know to guess.

The everyday: what accompanies us in every moment of our lives and that produces in us a habit that makes it obvious (and then again, but otherwise invisible).

The unmentionable: what happened at some time and somewhere, and the memory of which, for convenience, hypocrisy or convenience, has been removed or put on the edge of our life (and therefore to the visible limits),

These categories have been chosen because of paradigmatic of new experiences on Cultural Preservation.

The comprehension of the fundamental value of intangible cultural heritage, which came less than ten years ago to be part of the definition of "museum" written by ICOM (International Council of Museums), indeed, has opened new perspectives in the field of curating and of exhibition design, often destabilizing and unexpectedly coincident.

Therefore we needs updated languages, more interactive and interdisciplinary towards the construction of a real design of the intangible cultures, able to reflect (and make reflect) on at first sight marginal phenomena, preserving their value of social and historical testimony and making it comprehensible to an audience as broad as possible.

The new methods of staging these tales turn the apparent immateriality of knowledge of their socio-cultural values into occasion of development solutions, in form of exhibition design products and related services.

We will examine as case studies, among others:

for the invisible - l’Amterdam Micropia Musem (ART+COM studios), the World Water Museum (Keti Haliori), the Water Museum (P-06 atelier);

for the everyday - the Museum of Broken Relationships (Vištica and Grubišić), the Museum of Obsolete Objects (Jung von Matt), The Museum of Everyday Life (Tidens Samling)

for the unmentionable - the Museo Laboratorio della Mente (Studio Azzurro), the Memoria y Tolerancia Museum (Arditti+RDT).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4995/IFDP.2016.3211


Palabras clave


exhibition design, staging, museum, narrative

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