Area of Study
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Within this paper I focus on the use of Deconstructivism in Architecture, specifically in a museum setting. I ask if the use of Deconstruction in a museum's design has any effect on how the museum sets up its objects and displays, and if these displays have any effect on the perception of the objects within the museum. I also have found that the use of Deconstructivism is reflective of the shifting purpose in the museum, and the attitudes towards the museum as a cultural institution.
Mandry, Sam, "Ordered Chaos: the Negotiation of Space in Deconstructivist Museum Buildings" (2013). Summer Research. 202.
University of Puget Sound
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