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Narrative Spaces: On the Art of Exhibiting.
Kossman, Herman and Suzanne Mulder, Frank Den Oudsten.
Narrative Spaces: On the Art of Exhibiting.
Narrative Spaces offers a guidebook of exhibition design concepts for curators, museum directors, critics and designers. Variously comprised of objects, images, text, light, photography, film, new media and interactive elements, the exhibition is unsurpassed as a medium for informing and enticing visitors or users. Exhibitions are narrative environments in which the designer has to translate often complex and contrary objectives into an engaging spatial narrative that can accommodate a mix of wide-ranging media and communicational strategies. Approaching the topic from three angles--theoretical-philosophical, cultural-historical and design-wise--and including interviews and an analysis of 100 projects (both new and old), Narrative Spaces identifies the theatrical and scenographic principles of exhibitions as narrative space. It locates the profession in a broad theoretical and cultural-historical context and inspires a new approach to exhibition design.

Category: Architecture, Building Types
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 192 pp
Publisher: NAI Publsihers.
Year: 2013.
Publication Place: Rotterdam,
ISBN: 9789064507946
Book Id: 93826

Price: $39.95

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