How to create interactive design that encourages people to  participate in exhibitions ?
Sound   Trace Äänijalki (2005) Ateneum Art Museum
Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
Conversational  Map Keskustelukartta (2005) Kunsthalle (Taidehalli)
Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
 
    Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
The Secret Life  of Objects Esineiden Salatut Elämät (2008) Design Museum Helsinki
 
 
 
 
Design   Research
Water collection We always had some for water and gas collecting at the summerhouse, starting in my childhood. No well and...
Sound  Trace
Ecology of  Participation
 
Mariana Salgado- Media Lab TAIK- April 2008 The Secret Life  of Objects
Mariana Salgado- Media Lab TAIK- April 2008 The Secret Life  of Objects
Research  Claims
This thing is very good, says an open-sea fisherman. It’s amazing how the designer has got the idea of letting water pass ...
Anti-Ode to a Lamp (Ode to Objects) A man invents a lamp that is not a lamp He hides the lamp inside ice. I don’t understa...
Visitor’s comment I have heard a story about these scissors, where the colour of their plastic part is a result of the pro...
Eeronauts The furniture by Eero Aarnio has prompted a particular fan club: the “eeronauts.” All around the world, they hav...
 
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  • It was an interactive guest book, with open ended comments. We have used, ImaNote, which is open source software developed in Systems of Representation Research Group, here in Media lab.
  • I am… and I am going to present my research with the working title of Designing towards Museum Community Engagement in Exhibitions
  • We organized workshops with children and teenagers in which we invite them to improvise inspired in the objects in the exhibition. These pieces of music, poems and videos served as triggers for visitors’ comments in the exhibition. They look like this in the map.
  • From the stand in the museum visitors could leave their own comment, or else from home. Comments then were on-line and on-site, in the gallery, because we printed them and stick to the walls.
  • From the stand in the museum visitors could leave their own comment, or else from home. Comments then were on-line and on-site, in the gallery, because we printed them and stick to the walls.
  • From the stand in the museum visitors could leave their own comment, or else from home. Comments then were on-line and on-site, in the gallery, because we printed them and stick to the walls.
  • From the stand in the museum visitors could leave their own comment, or else from home. Comments then were on-line and on-site, in the gallery, because we printed them and stick to the walls.
  • Defense Presentation

    1. 2. How to create interactive design that encourages people to participate in exhibitions ?
    2. 3. Sound Trace Äänijalki (2005) Ateneum Art Museum
    3. 4. Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
    4. 5. Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
    5. 6. Conversational Map Keskustelukartta (2005) Kunsthalle (Taidehalli)
    6. 7. Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
    7. 8. Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
    8. 10. Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005
    9. 11. The Secret Life of Objects Esineiden Salatut Elämät (2008) Design Museum Helsinki
    10. 16. Design Research
    11. 17. Water collection We always had some for water and gas collecting at the summerhouse, starting in my childhood. No well and three kilometres to the mainland.
    12. 18. Sound Trace
    13. 19. Ecology of Participation
    14. 21. Mariana Salgado- Media Lab TAIK- April 2008 The Secret Life of Objects
    15. 22. Mariana Salgado- Media Lab TAIK- April 2008 The Secret Life of Objects
    16. 23. Research Claims
    17. 24. This thing is very good, says an open-sea fisherman. It’s amazing how the designer has got the idea of letting water pass through the head of the fish, thus making it wobble in a nice way that the big fish can’t resist. Comment left at The Secret Life of Objects . “
    18. 25. Anti-Ode to a Lamp (Ode to Objects) A man invents a lamp that is not a lamp He hides the lamp inside ice. I don’t understand I am already cold I want warm light, yellow and graceful A woman invents a new lamp she places it inside the sun. Every morning it smiles at her through the gap in the curtains. Nana   . “ Poem made for The Secret Life of Objects.
    19. 26. Visitor’s comment I have heard a story about these scissors, where the colour of their plastic part is a result of the prototype process in which they used some leftover pieces of plastic that happened to be orange, the orange that afterwards was used… is that story true? Comment left at The Secret Life of Objects. “ Answer from museum’s staff The story is true. Fiskars had made a juice extractor before that. The juice extractor used orange plastic that accidentally ended up on the scissors handles when the first syringe was chosen. Workers were involved in the decision, and the colour orange was chosen for the handles. Comment left at The Secret Life of Objects. “
    20. 27. Eeronauts The furniture by Eero Aarnio has prompted a particular fan club: the “eeronauts.” All around the world, they have incorporated his work not only into everyday life, but also into pop culture, from sci-fi to Playboy. These signs cover magazines, videos, movies, etc. Comment left at The Secret Life of Objects. “
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