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Monuments For A Departed Future: Designing For Critical Engagement With An Ideologically Contested Museum Collection

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Monuments For A Departed Future : Designing For Critical Engagement With An Ideologically Contested Museum Collection. / Ryding, Karin; Løvlie, Anders Sundnes.

MW18: Museums and the Web 2018: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference. Silver Spring, MD : Museums and the Web, 2018.

Research output: Conference Article in Proceeding or Book/Report chapterArticle in proceedingsResearchpeer-review

Harvard

Ryding, K & Løvlie, AS 2018, Monuments For A Departed Future: Designing For Critical Engagement With An Ideologically Contested Museum Collection. in MW18: Museums and the Web 2018: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference. Museums and the Web, Silver Spring, MD, Museums and the Web 2018, Vancouver, Canada, 18/04/2018.

APA

Ryding, K., & Løvlie, A. S. (2018). Monuments For A Departed Future: Designing For Critical Engagement With An Ideologically Contested Museum Collection. In MW18: Museums and the Web 2018: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference Silver Spring, MD: Museums and the Web.

Vancouver

Ryding K, Løvlie AS. Monuments For A Departed Future: Designing For Critical Engagement With An Ideologically Contested Museum Collection. In MW18: Museums and the Web 2018: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference. Silver Spring, MD: Museums and the Web. 2018

Author

Ryding, Karin ; Løvlie, Anders Sundnes. / Monuments For A Departed Future : Designing For Critical Engagement With An Ideologically Contested Museum Collection. MW18: Museums and the Web 2018: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference. Silver Spring, MD : Museums and the Web, 2018.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The increasing spread of smartphones gives new opportunities for museums dealing with ideologically contested collections. In this paper we explore how playful interactions and user comments can be used to encourage critical engagement with museum collections. This is done through a research through design experiment at the Museum of Yugoslavia, which houses the grave of the former communist leader Josep Tito. Building on earlier work by Mary Flanagan and Andrea Witcomb, we present a playful design that utilizes Artcodes to connect the physical museum exhibits with a digital experience of modernist monuments erected at various sites around the former territory of Yugoslavia during the socialist era. The design has been tested through two iterations on museum visitors and a group of experts on digital museum communication, leading to suggestions for future critical designs centered on playful intervention and poetic provocations.",
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