A work of art in a museum is a work of art in a museum

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museology, art museums, participation paradigm, restoration

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  • 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

  • Professional Guidelines(2002)
  • [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.

8.

  • 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

9.

  • New Museology
  • integrated museum
  • social inclusion

10. social inclusion

  • Access
  • Representation
  • Participation

11. 2007 2005 12.

  • Museum 2.0
  • Participation paradigm

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)

18.

  • 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

  • front office
  • presentation
  • education
  • events
  • back office
  • collecting
  • documentation
  • conservation/restoration

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.

  • Edgar Degas
  • Grande danseuse habille
  • Tate Gallery, London

31.

  • Edgar Degas
  • Grande danseuse habille
  • Muse drsay, Paris

32.

  • Edgar Degas
  • Grande danseuse habille
  • Museum Boijmans van
  • Beuningen (Rotterdam)

33. 34. critical thinking empowerment transformation 35. Tyne & Wear Museums and Archive

  • Our mission is to help people determine their place in the world and define their identities, so enhancing their self-respect and their respect for others.

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