La façon de marcher du visiteur dans le musée est aussi une façon de se l'approprier (par rapport au circuit prévu)
By sketching the movements of people at the Cleveland Art Museum, Andrew Oriani laid the groundwork for some deep insights into how art is appreciated...
(...) Museum visitors are surprisingly mobile
(...) Looking time devoted to specific objects is often surprisingly brief.
(...) Different kinds of art seem to produce different patterns of movement
(...) Men/women behave differently
(...) What strikes me is that museum-going seems to connect with very deep-rooted and “primitive” instincts (...) Let’s not pretend that wandering through a museum or looking at a work of art needs to be done in a logical or linear way. As hunter-gatherers, we’re designed to work differently. It’s all right to zigzag
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