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Reinventing the Museography of the Future

Reinventing the Museography of the Future

Reinventing the Museography of the Future

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Museography is a creative medium not to put aside. Space that opens and closes on the most beautiful works of the world, it must highlight the creation that it houses and create itself the sensation of a space designed especially for the occasion. At the time of the digital rise, it is important to give the museography enough space for it to exist, and more. Advocacy for museography, based on the exposure "Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi: A Search for Living architecture", a renowned Palm Springs Art Museum.

 

 

A (re)birth

 

Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi
Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi
Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi

The exhibition bringing together the work of architects Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi currently at the Palm Springs Art Museum (until January 7, 2018) In California, accurately traces the invisible links that bring the two protagonists together, although they have never met. And it is in the very presentation of the exhibition that history comes to life. Although the two architects are dedicated to their work carried out in the period after Second War, the staging elaborated in our time reminds us that these two can only be immortal.

 

Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi

Indeed, it is often common to choose to erase the tour and the entire space, in order to give the full powers to the art presented. Neutral colors among others, effective lighting but without bias, in short, a container that fades to the profile of the content. And it is thanks to this type of exposure, that the museography can recover from breath, and a real reason to exist as such. Almost without restraint, it is inspired by the desire to Frey and Bo Bardi  of connecting people and elements. It is the gateway that gives us access to art, and the one that enhances it. A project daring to the colors according to the ambitions and trends of today, and which nevertheless allows to put the Muséopgraphie on the same level of equality as theInterior Design.

 

 

 

A response to Digital

 

Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi
Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi
Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi

Virtual exhibitions will soon be commonplace. We will not move anymore to see Frey, Bo Bardi or Monet. And yet moving is the key. Because if it is now easy to configure software that goes in this direction, It is not as easy to understand an exhibition without absorbing it, nor to feel the purpose of the artist and the magnitude of his work. The museography, or Exhibition design, must evolve then, in order to be able to counter the trend. Set designers and architects must explore new ways, taking us to a unique world of cultural events. They may even have to go too far. 

 

Museography, Palm Springs Art Museum, Albert Frey and Lina bo Bardi

To reinvent the museography of the future is to equip ourselves with real and complementary tools, as for example here the reissue Arper of the chair Bowl created by Lina Bo Bardi. But it is also to trust his imagination as a creator of ambiance, as a composer of space. The public is tired of going to the museum to find a succession of rooms and corridors, he wants action, dream, and feel that the space around him really pays homage to the exposed artist. Fortunately, the creatives are increasingly performing in this game. The museography is not dead, and the digital has only to behave well.

 

 

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Source: Dexigner

 

Originally posted 2017-10-20 09:05:26.

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