Theoretically speaking: Developing a mindset for thinking about and designing ‘difficult’ exhibitions

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Abstract

This presentation discusses the role of the designer in creating 'difficult' exhibitions that contain information on mass atrocity and genocide, as well as other topics. I discuss a framework for considering aspects of the exhibition, the CHaSSMM Model, which combines a range of theoretical approaches to support reflexive practice.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2022
EventMuseums and Mass Violence: Perils and Potential - Yale University, New Haven, United States
Duration: 21 Oct 202221 Oct 2022
https://macmillan.yale.edu/event/museums-and-mass-violence-perils-and-potential
https://udayton.edu/blogs/udhumanrights/2022/2022-11-09-yale-museums.php (Blog)

Conference

ConferenceMuseums and Mass Violence
Abbreviated titleExhibition design and curation
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityNew Haven
Period21/10/2221/10/22
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