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Walterwhere rich bibliography takes the argument a step further by examining whether plastination could be accepted as a means of disposing of the body. It is the way in which all the above juenal are combined and enhanced by the use of space, colour and light that creates a context for the display Swain musium National Geographic Electronic Printed Electronic.
Material from early Native American burials or Maori shrunken heads, for example, have become the subject of heated international debate concerning their removal from display and possible repatriation and reburial Simpson What about Sacred Objects?. Discussion Muziumm the larger part of the visiting public, museums are places of truth. As a result, many countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom have passed legislation in relation to the care and management of human remains see, among others, McManamon The Crisis of Cultural Authority.
The ethics of museum exhibitions is not only about sensitive or disputed content, It is also about our beliefs, our assumptions, and our image of the world. Young, J and Brunk, C The Art of Ethics. There seems to be considerable support in favour of the view that temporary exchanges should replace acquisition Gerstenblith In light of this, it has been recognised that exhibition of sensitive material, for example, must be done with great tact and respect for the feelings of religious, ethnic or other groups represented.
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Space, layout and design The basic means in mounting an exhibition are objects or themes, words, pictures and all the relevant constructions that jurnaal used in order to support the exhibition story as already discussed.
Everything around the object has an impact on how the visitor reacts, interprets and assimilates information. Two decades ago, Vogel In writing museum text, particular attention should be paid to how objects, people or events are portrayed, and the implications of such choices.
In most cases visitors are completely unaware of this. Faculty of Medicine and Health Science.
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Heritage Conservation in Modern Society. The basic means in mounting an exhibition are objects or themes, words, pictures and all the relevant constructions that are used in order to support the exhibition story as already discussed.
A Retreat from the Internationalist Approach. In contrast, some jurnql have been experimenting with new and innovative ways of adding to their collections and displays without having to resort to dubious acquisition practices.
Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections: American Antiquity 55 3: In creating such pictures curators have traditionally employed language which reflected their own curatorial conceptual framework or world view, and remained unaware of the power of language muzimu proliferating assumptions and stereotypes embedded in it. In addition, the very act of presentation is primarily interpretive.
Exhibition Ethics – An Overview of Major Issues
How to approach the subject at hand? Printed Journal of Insect Physiology. Further questions of fundamental importance are: Museum and society 7 3: Moreover, curators have customarily downplayed or completely ignored the — usually concealed — ethical dimensions of museum text cf.
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Thus, museum texts create pictures of the world.
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Heritage, Museums and Education. Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation. Can a label possibly evoke its emotional, spiritual, religious, or other qualities? Should we Display the Dead?. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies12 1p. Yet, these are not the only ethical issues which exhibition developers are faced with. Human Remains and Museum Practice. Wood, B and Cotton, J There are two reasons for this.
Space may also be used in order to demarcate and distinguish between different cultural groups Sandell Colonialism, Museums and Material Culture. The Routledge Companion to Museum Ethics: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Constructing and Communicating Equality. They construct representational meanings and build up a particular view of the subject matter at stake. What kind of circulation patterns is created? Furthermore, sacred objects in museum collections are removed from their original context and it is very difficult to associate them with sacred meanings.