Annabelle Görgen-Lammers (Ed.)
Dokumentation, Reflexion, Evaluation und Kontext eines Pilotprojektes
With the “Transparent Museum” the Hamburger Kunsthalle has developed an innovative mode of presenting the collection that offers visitors insight into the core tasks and complex processes which usually take place “behind the scenes”: collecting, researching, preserving, exhibiting and communicating. With artworks of different media and times, interdisciplinary collaboration and participative communication it also conveys and critically examines the criteria that guide the museum in the fulfilment of its purpose. In the theory-based and practical publication the case-study is documented, reflected and evaluated in context, involving the many visitors’ voices as much as both established and young researchers.
Dr phil Annabelle Görgen-Lammers, Curator at the Hamburger Kunsthalle since 2003, responsible for numerous international research and exhibition projects and conception and project management of innovative collection displays. Numerous teaching posts in Art History and Extracurricular Aesthetic Education and Communication at various universities, among others Visiting Professor at Braunschweig University of Art.