Museum Connections 2024

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Sensory mediation: for an emotional experience of museums and heritage sites

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In parallel with the increase of analogue and digital mediation tools, we have seen a return to the senses and emotions as key aspects of cultural experience. Venues are putting the visitor's body back at the centre of the relationship with cultural objects and at the heart of soothing or stimulating sensory devices. In this conference, we will be looking at the distinctions between "sensory", "sensational", "multisensory", and at the different ways in which accessible and inclusive cultural experiences are now being offered to all kinds of audiences. We will explore projects that incorporate the senses and emotions from an early stage, and at the reasons why venues implement them, as well as their impact.

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