[automatically translated] Nineteenth to now different schools of thought have significantly influenced both the spatial and structural configuration of the museum, is the conception of the museum and fittings. And if in the modern era of the traditional museological design vision was still following the principles of classification and orderly exposure, based on historical processes or to subject areas or issues, at the same time it was also stated another school of thought that he preferred the 'uncoded exposure. The "modern innovation" suggested new ways of reading, leaving the viewer free to program of the cognitive process, delegating to audiovisual guidance and suggestion for the smooth reading. Today's most innovative thought currents succeed in inventing forms even spectacular, to create the effect of a surprise, considering that the work / the find / the object to be displayed, from the "museum container" has its own spatial autonomy. While there is an ordering intention, in this scenario of design innovation, but not always including captions, signs and indications telematics the museum is able to be implemented in the immediacy. This is even more evident in the archaeological museum, where, however, given the importance of new digital technologies, for the reconstruction and contextualization of archaeological finds, the use of the most advanced multimedia tools has become a matter of great interest in the project architects museographers and exhibition designer. Traditionalists and innovators, comparing the relationship between the exhibits and multimedia and again between the preparations and the public.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|