Religious Objects in Museum-Based-Sensescapes: Signs, Media, Actors?

In my talk I introduce the concept Sensescape for museum-based environments: multi-dimensional arrangements of objects and object groups on/in display/s with media technology in space. Building on Sociomateriality (M. Roth), Wahrnehmungsräume (J. Mohn; H. Mohr), and informed by cognitive science and...

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Published in:Religious Materials: Emic Perspectives - Etic Constructions - Museum Classifications. REDIM Conference 2021
Main Author: Roth, Mirko (Dr.)
Contributors: Franke, Edith (Prof. Dr.) (Hrsg), Jelinek-Menke, Ramona (Dr.) (Hrsg)
Format: Presentation
Language:English
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2021
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Summary:In my talk I introduce the concept Sensescape for museum-based environments: multi-dimensional arrangements of objects and object groups on/in display/s with media technology in space. Building on Sociomateriality (M. Roth), Wahrnehmungsräume (J. Mohn; H. Mohr), and informed by cognitive science and psychology of perception, this concept provides us with a holistic approach explaining perception and meaning making via multi-sensorial experience. In my lecture I am addressing the following questions: What are sensescapes and how do they function – both in general and in museums? And what role do religious objects play therein: signs, things, media, actors?
Physical Description:00:30:21 Duration
DOI:10.17192/es2022.0002