The distributed museum: the flight of cultural authority and the multiple times and spaces of the art museum.

Book chapter


Dewdney, A (2019). The distributed museum: the flight of cultural authority and the multiple times and spaces of the art museum. in: Lewi, H, Smith, W, Cooke, S and von Lehn, D (ed.) International Handbook in New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites New York Routledge.
AuthorsDewdney, A
EditorsLewi, H, Smith, W, Cooke, S and von Lehn, D
Abstract

This chapter uses findings from two research projects based at Tate to discuss the art museum's continued reliance on Modernism as the rationale for exhibition in a time of multiple modernities.

Keywordsart; museum; cultural value; heritage
Year2019
Book titleInternational Handbook in New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationNew York
Edition1
Publication dates
Print12 Nov 2019
Publication process dates
Deposited22 Sep 2018
Accepted16 Jun 2017
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License
CC BY 4.0
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