THE SOCIAL FUNC TION OF
MUSEUMS IN THE DIGITAL AGE


           Sus naSm Ba ta
              a      ith utis
           Un...
teracomtraining
bonjourpeewee
uie.com
THE KNOWLEDGE GAP
•   Higher reading and comprehension abilities
•   Greater amount of stored information or existing
    ...
Poshgraycat
Nam June Paik Art Center
frogmiller
eschipul

MoMA, NY
AHA Media
impressive.net
Franz Kline, 1954
           MoMA
do not fold
sjeacle
     Guggenheim
Museum
kristina
                        San
Antonio Museum of Art
Walter Lim
J. Paul Getty Museum
Ron Dahlquist
Wallyg
The Met
steve.ie
Walker Art Center
WisDoc - Milwaukee Art Museum
Haegue Yang
Elmgreen & Dragset
              Massimo Di
Nonno / Getty
Cindy Sherman, 2003
Bruce Wyman
              Denver Art Museum
Christian Sinibaldi

                 Ivan Navarro,
Chile pavilion
gophila.com
           Institute of
Contemporary Art, PA
Intiaz Rahim
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Nina Simon
Annette Dixon
Portland Art Museum
THE SOCIAL FUNC TION OF
MUSEUMS IN THE DIGITAL AGE

            Sus naSm Ba ta
               a      ith utis
            ...
The Social Function Of Museums In The Digital Age   Venice 2009   Presentation
The Social Function Of Museums In The Digital Age   Venice 2009   Presentation
The Social Function Of Museums In The Digital Age   Venice 2009   Presentation
The Social Function Of Museums In The Digital Age   Venice 2009   Presentation
The Social Function Of Museums In The Digital Age   Venice 2009   Presentation
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The Social Function Of Museums In The Digital Age Venice 2009 Presentation

  1. 1. THE SOCIAL FUNC TION OF MUSEUMS IN THE DIGITAL AGE Sus naSm Ba ta a ith utis Unive ity o So rs f uthe C lifo rn a rnia 2 J 9 uly, 2 0 09
  2. 2. teracomtraining
  3. 3. bonjourpeewee
  4. 4. uie.com
  5. 5. THE KNOWLEDGE GAP • Higher reading and comprehension abilities • Greater amount of stored information or existing knowledge • Relevant social contact • Selective exposure, acceptance, and retention of information • The mass media system that delivers information
  6. 6. Poshgraycat Nam June Paik Art Center
  7. 7. frogmiller
  8. 8. eschipul MoMA, NY
  9. 9. AHA Media
  10. 10. impressive.net
  11. 11. Franz Kline, 1954 MoMA
  12. 12. do not fold
  13. 13. sjeacle Guggenheim Museum
  14. 14. kristina San Antonio Museum of Art
  15. 15. Walter Lim J. Paul Getty Museum
  16. 16. Ron Dahlquist
  17. 17. Wallyg The Met
  18. 18. steve.ie
  19. 19. Walker Art Center
  20. 20. WisDoc - Milwaukee Art Museum
  21. 21. Haegue Yang
  22. 22. Elmgreen & Dragset Massimo Di Nonno / Getty
  23. 23. Cindy Sherman, 2003
  24. 24. Bruce Wyman Denver Art Museum
  25. 25. Christian Sinibaldi Ivan Navarro, Chile pavilion
  26. 26. gophila.com Institute of Contemporary Art, PA
  27. 27. Intiaz Rahim Indianapolis Museum of Art
  28. 28. Nina Simon
  29. 29. Annette Dixon Portland Art Museum
  30. 30. THE SOCIAL FUNC TION OF MUSEUMS IN THE DIGITAL AGE Sus naSm Ba ta a ith utis Unive ity o So rs f uthe C lifo rn a rnia s b utis @ ya o o s a ta ho .c m

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