Ethnographic Experiments with Artists, Designers and Boundary Objects: Exhibitions as a research method [book]

What technologies, spaces, materials and social relations are bundled together in the production of method? Who gets to question our methods, when and in what terms, and do our methods have the capacity to incorporate such voices? -Alberto Corsín Jiménez (2018, 124) Assuming this is desirable, and that documentation should be easily accessible, what should we call this thing? Not a handbook ... An inventory or list, taxonomy even? An archive? A library of how-to manuals or toolkits, even a
more » ... col? A recipe collection or a cookbook? -Eeva Berglund (2018, 10) Contents vii Contents List of figures ix Acknowledgements xiii 1 Epistemic generosity 1 2 Putting objects to work 22 3 Collaboratology 50 4 Master insights 77 5 A laboratory of objects 99 6 Permeable museums 121 7 Curating ethnographic research 159 Coda: the morning after 181 References 188 Index 201 ACknowLedgeMents xiii Acknowledgements Many people have contributed to the development of the ideas that have led to this book and have supported my journey along the way. I am especially grateful to all of those who took part in the project. Thank you also to the staff of the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design -for their energy, trust and patience, and for the learning overall.
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