Narrative Spaces: On the art of exhibiting
Herman Kossmann, Suzanne Mulder, Frank den Oudsten.
The Practice of Design; Between knowing and experiencing, Herman Kossmann, Pg 100…
- Without the transformation of someones thinking – not much of the narrative will be remembered.
- If it’s touching – produces experience that will last for a long time.
- Needs to provide more than just an ‘experience’.
- Should address intellect, learning and understanding – or ‘knowing’.
- Experience has predominantly subjective nature – Emotions and associations being triggered.
- Understanding and knowing root in reflection; they are aimed at thinking, conceptualising and interpreting, and are more of an abstract nature.
- ‘Experience’ and ‘knowing’ are two dimensions of insight – mutually influence each other.
- How to address both??
- Finding balance between ‘cognitive’ and ‘Sensory’ experience.