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This presentation was done in 2008 in Leiden, Netherlands for the conference of the Inclusive Museum. The paper is: Aesthetics of Participative Design Pieces Two Case Studies in Museums

This presentation was done in 2008 in Leiden, Netherlands for the conference of the Inclusive Museum. The paper is: Aesthetics of Participative Design Pieces Two Case Studies in Museums

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  • why to talk about aesthetics in a conference about inclusion ? Because there is no an aesthetic experience if there is no inclusion, if the visitor cannot engage with the exhibited work. Participative design pieces are tools for inclusion through active involvement of the visitors in generating content.
  • Conversational map Taidehalli Young Artists’ Biennale: Small Heaven Taidehalli/ hall (peripheral space) 4 days
  • Guest book but with open ended comments New practice ImaNote co-authors of the exhibition message: visitors, the artists and the staff members
  • Evocative messages that contain links
  • Dynamic Visual Design Seminar II Spring 2005 User Interface Prototyping Workshop 14 – 18.3.-05 Multi-User System ID Workshop 18 - 22.4-05 Workshops organized using Participatory Design Approaches- Fall Semester 2005- Anna Salmi
  • Ateneum Museum visually impaired people leave comments content of the comments: art pieces, building, accessibility hints PDA device + web page
  • Multiple voices for the multiple artefacts in the exhibition could enrich the experience. Involving visitors’ comments in the message of the exhibition makes the visitors more committed to the experience. The audience is an active participant, leaving traces of their own knowledge. In that way the commitment in the contribution makes the whole museum visit a participative experience.
  • Workshops in Ateneum
  • Multiple voices for the multiple artefacts in the exhibition could enrich the experience. Involving visitors’ comments in the message of the exhibition makes the visitors more committed to the experience. The audience is an active participant, leaving traces of their own knowledge. In that way the commitment in the contribution makes the whole museum visit a participative experience.

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  • Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008 Aesthetics of Participative Design Pieces Two Case Studies in Museums
  • about me Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 MA Product and Strategic Design User centered studies Research assistant/ doctoral student Working in Systems of Representation Research Group Co-designing with visitors Visitors’ generated content On-line and on-site connections
  • why to talk about aesthetics in a conference about inclusion ? Because there is no aesthetic experience if the visitor cannot engage with the exhibited work. Participative design pieces are tools for inclusion through active involvement of the visitors in generating content.
  • Conversational Map Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • Conversational map Installation Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Conversational Map Screen shot Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Conversational Map Screen shots- links Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • Conversational Map Screen shot Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • Sound Trace Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • Sound Trace Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • what makes participative design pieces accessible? Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
    • accessibility
    • coherence
    • familiarity
    • multimodality and multilingual
    • co-experiencing
  • Sound Trace Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
  • what makes participative design pieces aesthetically appealing? Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008
    • attraction
    • saturation/ challenge
    • involvement
    • improvisation
    • ending
    • attraction
    • challenge
    • intellectual involvement
    • improvisation
    • accessibility participation
    • ending
    • quality materials and a pluralistic view
    • aesthetic experience
  • Gracias Kiitos Mariana Salgado- Media Lab- November 2005 Mariana Salgado- Media Lab -University of Art and Design Helsinki- June 2008