西方艺术人类学书籍推荐:What are Exhibitions for? An Anthropological Approach(《展览为何?一种人类学方法》)
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西方艺术人类学书籍推荐
2020年7月31日(第二次)
 
 
 

书名:What are Exhibitions for? An Anthropological Approach(《展览为何?一种人类学方法》)
作者:Inge Daniels
出版年份:2019年
出版社:Bloomsbury Academic
 
作者简介
英格·丹尼尔斯(Inge Daniels)为英国牛津大学社会人类学副教授,主要研究物质文化和视觉文化。她在日本进行田野考察,研究兴趣包括礼物交换和经济人类学,宗教形式的商品化,运气(luck)的物质文化,业余摄影实践,(家庭)空间和建筑环境的人类学,民族志和展览展示。
 
内容摘要
Why do people go to exhibitions, and what do they hope to gain from the experience? What would happen if people are encouraged to move freely through exhibition spaces, take photographs and be playful?
In this book, Inge Daniels explores what might happen if people and objects were freed from the regulations currently associated with going to an exhibition. Traditional understandings of exhibitions place the viewers in a one-way communication form, where the exhibition and those behind its creation inform their audiences. However, motivations behind exhibitions going are multiple and complex and frequently the intentions of curators do not match the expectations of their visitors.
Based on an in-depth ethnographic examination of the processes involved in the making and reception of one particular exhibition experiment as well as a study that follows ‘freed’ objects into their new homes, this publication will shed light on what exhibitions are but also what they could become in the future.
Featuring over 175 colour illustrations and using practical examples, this will be essential reading for students and scholars of anthropology, museum studies, photography, design and architecture.
 
人们为什么要去展览,他们希望从中得到什么?如果鼓励人们在展览空间内自由活动、拍照和嬉戏,会发生什么呢?
作者在这本书中探讨了这些问题,即如果观众和展品不受参展规则的约束,可能会发生什么。传统的展览将观众置于一种单向的交流模式中,其中策展团队负责为观众提供信息。然而,展览背后的动机是多面且复杂的,策展人的意图往往不符合观众的期望。
在本书中,作者对展览实验的制作和展示过程进行了深入的民族志研究,同时对“自由”物品进入一个新环境进行了研究。作者希望通过本书阐明什么是展览,以及它们将来可能成为什么。
本书对实际案例加以分析,配以超过175幅彩色插图,是人类学、博物馆研究、摄影、设计和建筑学相关专业的学生及学者的必备读物。
 
目录
Introduction: What are Exhibitions for? 
SPREAD 1: The AHJ booklet – A practical tool to study exhibition visitors
1 Representational and Performative Knowledge 
SPREAD 2: Mike – ‘There is a connecting memory in my feet’
2 Photography, Exhibition Design and Atmosphere 
SPREAD 3: Sue – ‘Photography students have been very surprised to learn that what appears to be an actual window is in fact an illusion’
3 Similarities and Stereotypes 
SPREAD 4: Jen – ‘I was very interested in anime and manga’
4 To Learn or not to Learn? 
SPREAD 5: Natasha – ‘And

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