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  • Journal title : Architectural research
  • Volume 13, Issue 1,  2011, pp.3-9
  • Publisher : Architectural Institute of Korea
  • DOI : 10.5659/AIKAR.2011.13.1.3
 Title & Authors
New Museum for New Forms of Art - Focused on "Museum without Walls", and the relationship between art and architecture -
Song, Ha-Yub;
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To design and construct a museum of art involves the interest of artists, architects, curatorship, management, and local government. More than this direct relationship, museum obliges the public a mission of delivering genuine public experience through art and architecture. However, most of Modern and contemporary architecture has not delivered genuine public experience of integrated art and architecture. Conceptual message of art and perceptual architectural exhibition space has not been integrated easily. Picture frame canvas initiated this schism and institutionalized museum management hampered the creativity of artists. This schism was overcome through artists` questioning of museum culture and creative works that embrace work and its environment. In contemporary culture, installation art and media art necessitates a new museum format which needs not only exhibition, but laboratory and interface space with viewers. This paper will regroup the existing museum according to its use and strategy, and reinterpret progressive museums that fosters young artists, and more than this, will introduce successfully established museums for new forms of art, which are equipped with versatile exhibition spaces, innovative interface between works and viewers, and own laboratory that can produce works of art. These examples will envision a creative method of art and architecture production that can achieve genuine public experience.
Public Experience;White Cube;Museum without Walls;Museum as Medium of Art;
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