Experiencing Gallery Architecture
Experiencing Gallery Architecture is concerned with the way people engage with museum and gallery spaces. How do visitors experience and navigate space? How is sound art, live art, performance, participatory and digital art accommmodated? How are the interiors of galleries and their learning areas being designed? What kind of community consultation has been effective in relation to new or renewed architecture?
The contributors to this issue have responded to these questions and more, with reference to practices and challenges faced in different contexts.
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engage 34: Experiencing Gallery Architecture
Published by engage, London
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Mr Duchamp said we could play here
Lisa Jacques & Hugo Worthy
Interiors for Art Exhibiting Spaces or Exhibited Spaces?
Cristina Federica Colombo
Big, shiny, transport and animals Consultation for a museum to inspire
You Produce Space
The Eyes See What the Ears Hear: Dissonance between looking at and listening to objects and spaces
A Design for Learning
SpaceMakers at Kettle's Yard
Rosie O' Donovan
From Cellar to Centre Gallery Education Rooms in the German Context
How can architecture productively disrupt our experience of the art museum?
Case Study: Deveron Arts
Case Study: Dutch Interactive Area, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest