museology, art museums, participation paradigm, restoration
1.Peter van Mensch A Work of Art in a Museum is a Work of Art in a Museum
2. 3. society art 4. functions institutions 5. 6. axis of tradition and renewal 7. ECCO
[the Conservator-Restorer] has a responsibility not only to the cultural heritage itself, but also to the owner or legal guardian, the originator or creator,the public , and to posterity
Code of Ethics(2003)
(article 5) The Conservator-Restorer shall respectthe aesthetic, historic and spiritual significanceand the physical integrity of the cultural heritage entrusted to her/his care.
(article 6) The Conservator-Restorer, in collaboration with other professional colleagues involved with cultural heritage, shall take into account the requirements ofits social usewhile preserving the cultural heritage.
Museums may have been set up in an atmosphere of enlightenment, but this does not mean that they were democratic in nature, and I believe that exclusivity is in their DNA.
David Fleming 2008
10. social inclusion
11. 2007 2005 12.
13. web 2.0
Community of connected users
The network as platform
Harnessing collective intelligence
User generated content
14. 2010 15. Nina Simon,The Participatory Museum(Santa Cruz Calif., 2010) 16. Forms of participation (Simon 2010) 17.
Council of Europe 2005
Framework Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society(Faro Convention)
aheritage communityconsists of people who value specific aspects of cultural heritage which they wish, within the framework of public action, to sustain and transmit to future generations.
19. participation paradigm
20. transparency the method as message 21. Kenneth Hudson 1916-1999
A tiger in a museum is
a tiger in a museum
and not a tiger.
22. 23. 24. object idea maker musealisation idea museum museum object visitor idea conceptual object Primary Context Museological Context 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.