Museum Gallery Interpretation and Material Culture (Routledge Research in Museum Studies) Paperback – 30 May 2014
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Juliette Fritsch is Head of Gallery Interpretation, Evaluation and Residencies at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London. The V&A recently completed £100 million gallery renovation project, for which Juliette led the gallery interpretation team. She is known for developing visitor-focused interpretation, and for innovative interpretation in art museums.
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This anthology debates the definition, meaning, and role ...
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This anthology debates the definition, meaning, and role of "interpretation" in museums, and whether it is a discipline, department, or practice. Many of the essays considered the primacy and limitation of education vs. interpretation, and questioned whether these were the same or closely related practices, and which was most relevant to museums now? Other essays concentrated on the efficacy of labels, the role of language, and the usefulness of object-centered approaches. Still other essays examined audience, and asked who is it in museums that is in responsible for interpretation?
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