All posts tagged: interactivity

Visiting the visitors – ideas for new directions

“Visiting the visitors”  is a publication edited by Ann Davis and Kerstin Smeds. It collects articles presented in the last editions of the ICOFOM Symposia, whose Board M. Cristina Vannini was part from 2013 to 2016.

The study of the museum visitor has undergone radical transformation and each author here has asked unfamiliar questions, provided different point of views and and responded with fresh answers. The volume provokes imaginative research and encourages new conclusions.

To buy the book, in which an article by M. Cristina Vannini is published or require information, follow this link: http://www.transcript-verlag.de/en!/978-3-8376-3289-7/visiting-the-visitor.

 

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Our production: an online exhibition for an archive of architects’ archives

The online project wants to prove that archive documents related to urban and architecture planning can tell interesting stories even to a non-specialist audience, using friendly devices and “environment”.
We built a museological path – the narrative of the show online – that allows the user to follow his/her own curiosity while exploring the contents from multiple access-points and multi-level approaches.
The visit-process is thought to attract the “potential visitor” from the vision of the billboards around the city, providing access via QRCode and animated video (http://www.milanocittàimmaginata.it/video) redirecting to the Homepage of the online exhibition. Due to a limited budget, social networks are called to collect comments and contributions from the audience. http://www.milanocittàimmaginata.it/video