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Data-inspired co-design for museum and gallery visitor experiences

Dimitrios Paris Darzentas, Harriet R. Cameron, Hanne Gesine Wagner, Peter J. Craigon, Edgar Bodiaj, Jocelyn Spence, Paul Tennent, Steve Benford
2022 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
We focus on its use to inspire the co-design of visitor experiences in museums as a distinctive case that reveals opportunities and challenges for the use of personal data.  ...  These include the overlay of virtual models on physical exhibits, a smartphone app for creating personalized tours as gifts, visualizations of emotional responses to exhibits, and the data-driven use of  ...  for example making a personal gift of them (Ryding et al., 2021) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060421000317 dblp:journals/aiedam/DarzentasCWCBST22 fatcat:7v4vutqqc5hcrmzzpz4673qzom

Interpersonalizing Intimate Museum Experiences [article]

Karin Ryding, Jocelyn Spence, Anders Sundnes Løvlie, Steve Benford
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In the Gift app, visitors create personal mini-tours for specific others.  ...  We contrast the approach to previous research in customization and algorithmic personalization.  ...  Acknowledgments The research reported in this article formed part of the GIFT project ( gifting.digital ), which has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme  ... 
arXiv:2011.11386v1 fatcat:fdcrnzgxpbd3dicwxmpr7zfh7q

Viewing and making art together: a multi-session art-gallery-based intervention for people with dementia and their carers

Paul M. Camic, Victoria Tischler, Chantal Helen Pearman
2013 Aging & Mental Health  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the participants who took part in this project and for their contributions to gallery-based research.  ...  P denotes person with dementia and C carer. All names are anonymous and some details altered to assure confidentiality.  ...  I was very conscious at the gallery that we were people working together and were treated as equals and not as a person with a memory problem but as two people with something to contribute, and that was  ... 
doi:10.1080/13607863.2013.818101 pmid:23869748 fatcat:6bazdfzt3vbprpetjcr4zraik4

'All Museums Will Become Department Stores': The Development and Implications of Retailing at Museums and Heritage Sites

Jamie Larkin
2016 Archaeology International  
Museums and heritage sites have provided merchandise for visitors to purchase since their earliest incarnations as public attractions in the 18 th century.  ...  The paper demonstrates how commercial spaces have made, and continue to make, important contributions to visitors' cultural experiences and aims to frame this topic as a legitimate field of academic enquiry  ...  This work is a result of PhD research funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ai.1917 fatcat:s3h6w37ecngwjgbpjdchndkqyq

Heritage, Commerce, and Museal Display: Toward a New Typology of Historical Exhibition in the United States

Tammy S. Gordon
2008 The Public historian  
Scholarship on historical exhibition, however, has largely focused on exhibits in large, professionalized museums.  ...  , social conditions, and epistemologies.  ...  interactions in museums as well as the possibilities for designing small-space galleries and more intimate settings for larger museums.  ... 
doi:10.1525/tph.2008.30.3.27 fatcat:fqfcx7f2hvf4ngmjwwdgopweje

Page 647 of The Living Age Vol. 329, Issue 4276 [page]

1926 The Living Age  
As an interpretation of the problem of marriage the novel is disappointing; as a repre- sentation of events in a typical marriage it suc- ceeds by reason of Herr Wassermann’s excellent command of realistic  ...  Now and then his satire and epigram — as when he writes, ‘Few persons, if one excepts the writers of historical plays, have failed to notice the dramatic qualities of history’ — are forced and mechanical  ... 

Conclusion: The Dynamics of Clearance Heritage [chapter]

2016 The Dynamics of Heritage  
Those early seeds took a long time to germinate and eventually came into bloom during a most inspiring visiting fellowship which the Australian National University, Canberra, granted me in 2005.  ...  Acknowledgements The broad theme of this book emerged from my research in the late 1980s, which dealt with the image of the Clearances in history, literature, politics and museums.  ...   1997 2008 Gift shop Genealogical centre Art gallery Learning centre for UHI 10.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315615752-19 fatcat:yl7o4wrzwnfthga2bynkzt7zvq

Digital Engagement in a Contemporary Art Gallery: Transforming Audiences

Clare Harding, Susan Liggett, Mark Lochrie
2019 Arts  
audiences want from a public art gallery.  ...  It considers some of the issues that arise when digital content is delivered within a public gallery and how specialist knowledge, audience expectations and funding impact on current practices.  ...  The digital revolution has created a connected world and the consequences for art galleries and museums are immense.  ... 
doi:10.3390/arts8030090 fatcat:di3ilqmthrc6jh2x22czs5tg4m

Vito Acconci. Spaces of Play

Monica Manolescu
2013 Transatlantica : Revue d'Études Américaines  
, be stilled by a camera and hung up on a gallery wall -all the while I was claiming that my work was meant to subvert the enclosure of museum and gallery).  ...  museum, then moved inside, then left again to found Acconci Studio in 1988, with a focus on public spaces. 36 Through the artworks exhibited in museums and galleries, Acconci passed to a new stage,  ...  Liz Kotz places the use of parentheses in the larger literary and artistic context of the 1950s and 60s (Kotz, 154) . 13.  ... 
doi:10.4000/transatlantica.6612 fatcat:d7kvnw5ofbdavhfl2u2qzgj4oa

The Museum as 'Dream Space': Psychology and Aesthetic Response in George Eliot's Middlemarch

Victoria Mills
2011 19 : Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century  
She is an 'instrument', an 'effective piece of mechanism', capable of summoning up the 'spirit of some great departed painter' and she has a 'gift' for discerning excellence in art (MF 50, 48).  ...  In Middlemarch, the desire for interpretive and romantic completion is reflected in Dorothea's creation of an imaginary gallery of objects and images, of 'parts' that are linked to Will, the 'whole' that  ... 
doi:10.16995/ntn.596 fatcat:p4x3qphrrnga7fkweridlvezlq

Cognitive Processing of Information with Visitor Value in Cultural Heritage Environments. The Case of the SEE TCP SAGITTARIUS 2011–2014

Dorothea Papathanasiou-Zuhrt, Daniel Fernando Weiss-Ibáñez
2014 Procedia Economics and Finance  
the recreational learn reinforces the association chain enabling new cognitive scarce time-budget audience access to interpretive narrat and a social media driven platform.  ...  A significance assessment facilitates the selectio presupposes a limited working memory capacity to deal w hold mental representations that vary in their degree of adapted to the conditions regulating  ...  Each play unit interprets the asset value and creates a special meaning and a task for players.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(14)00509-7 fatcat:5lt7j4uljzh77jly3oopnencqq

Curators' Personal Attributes and Modes of Practice: A Historical Comparison

Susan Ostling
2014 The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum  
and Seth Siegelaub working in New York (1967-1972) as an 'exhibition organizer'.  ...  While the differences between the two figures' life histories are of course considerable, there are nevertheless curious similarities in their personal attributes and approach to the shared enterprise  ...  Many of the scientific collections of naturalists in the sixteenth century were built through gifts; in fact, gifts mapped the social standing of the collector and the audience for a museum (Findlen 1991  ... 
doi:10.18848/1835-2014/cgp/v06i04/44476 fatcat:cjtnfgxqvnctpe7mpatbxq4jaa

PRESIDENT GILMAN ON THE RELATIONS OF SCIENCE AND COMMERCE

1897 Science  
When i t was a question of Arctic research Henry Grinnell and George Peabody equipped the expedition of Kane and his successors, and when a museum of natural history was required, or a gallery of fine  ...  steamers, to and fro, across the ocean, with a regularity almost as sure as the swinging of a pendulum.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.6.153.822 pmid:17833950 fatcat:tsfn7euc4fgehoaupbccwgmz2q

Media and Cultural Studies

2000 Irish Studies Review  
However, in this novel era trend has changed and a variety of personal choices and styles began to flourish.  ...  For instance, in Britain the word 'gallery' is used as a synonym for 'museum', as it is seen in the example of Tate Gallery, which actually is a big and institutionalized museum.  ... 
doi:10.1080/713674250 fatcat:rvxekvhhojevbappefaw25j4qq

President Gilman on the Relations of Science and Commerce

1897 Science  
When it was a question of Arctic research Henry Grinnell and George Peabody equipped the expedition of Kane and his successors, and when a museum of natural history was required, or a gallery of fine arts  ...  When it was a question of Arctic research Henry Grinnell and George Peabody equipped the expedition of Kane and his successors, and when a museum of natural history was required, or a gallery of fine arts  ... 
fatcat:75avqe3einhrjheve7osmpcrha
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