The paper reflects on the aesthetics and cultural politics of Oceanic collection in diverse places, considering objects as "moving" in three dimensions; in the physical sense, in the affective response they elicit, and in the objects or purposes of their disply. The paper deals with the Cook-Forster Collection exhibited for the 1st time beyond Europe in both Honolulu and Canberra in 2006, rewieing the institutional engagement with Pacific Peoples, in the setting up of suche exhibitions.

Margaret Jolly Oggetti in movimento: riflessione sulle collezioni d'Oceania

PAINI, Anna Maria
2011

Abstract

The paper reflects on the aesthetics and cultural politics of Oceanic collection in diverse places, considering objects as "moving" in three dimensions; in the physical sense, in the affective response they elicit, and in the objects or purposes of their disply. The paper deals with the Cook-Forster Collection exhibited for the 1st time beyond Europe in both Honolulu and Canberra in 2006, rewieing the institutional engagement with Pacific Peoples, in the setting up of suche exhibitions.
Collezioni etnografiche; Oceania; Collezione Cook-Forster; finalità curatoriali; prospettive indigene
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