The Postcolonial Museum: The Arts of Memory and the by Iain Chambers,Alessandra De Angelis,Celeste

By Iain Chambers,Alessandra De Angelis,Celeste Ianniciello,Mariangela Orabona

This booklet examines how we will be able to conceive of a ’postcolonial museum’ within the modern epoch of mass migrations, the web and electronic applied sciences. The authors reflect on the museum house, practices and associations within the mild of repressed histories, sounds, voices, pictures, stories, our bodies, expression and cultures. targeting the transformation of museums as cultural areas, instead of actual locations, is to suggest a dwelling archive shaped via production, participation, creation and innovation. the purpose is to suggest a serious evaluate of the museum within the gentle of these transcultural and international migratory routine that problem the ancient and standard frames of Occidental idea. This includes a look for new concepts and important techniques within the fields of museum and background experiences so as to renew and expand understandings of eu citizenship and lead to an inevitable re-examination of the idea that of ’modernity’ in a so-called globalised and multicultural world.

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