Repousando no Museu Metropolitan

construções de espaços de acolhida na obra Metropolitan Stories de Christine Coulson

Autores

  • Pallavi Narayan Independent Scholar, India

Palavras-chave:

Museu Metropolitan, Museu Literário, Limiar, Acolhida, Pós-humanismo

Resumo

O Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, conhecido popularmente como The Met, é um edifício tradicional que abriga tanto arte tradicional quanto inovadora através dos tempos. Neste artigo, eu examino sua representação no recém publicado Metropolitan Stories, de Christine Coulson. Começando com o limiar como ponto de definição e delineamento de entradas e saídas, dentro e fora num estado de fluidez e brincadeira, eu examino a construção de espaços de descanso e espaços acolhedores no museu, assim como o descanso na casa. Eu investigo exemplos pertinentes e trago sua análise para expor uma performance da casa no museu, conectando humano e não-humano em uma sinergia de comunicação não-verbal.

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Publicado

2021-06-02

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Narayan, P. (2021). Repousando no Museu Metropolitan: construções de espaços de acolhida na obra Metropolitan Stories de Christine Coulson . Museologia & Interdisciplinaridade, 10(19), 462–473. Recuperado de https://www.periodicos.unb.br/index.php/museologia/article/view/38321