(Français) Le phénomène « carte blanche ». Pratiques de communication dans le musée MUDAC

Chiara Rubessi

MOTS-CLÉS : object, design, museum, communication, scenography, experience, exhibition.

This article is the result of a reesearch on the temporary design exhibitions named entitled « carte blanche à un designer », held since 2002 at the MUDAC (Musée de design et d’arts appliqués contemporains) of LausanneMudac, Switzerland. Since 2002, design exhibitions have been carried out at the Mudac (Musée de design et d’arts appliqués contemporains) of Lausanne. This type of exhibition is a specificity of the museum who ishas been chosen and promoted by MUDACborn in order « to give value » and transmit communicate the quality and the work of a designer. In this way, the designer becomes temporarily curator as well asnd exhibitionset designer. Accordingly taking these issues into account, we consider the case of MUDAC tocan, therefore questioning the complex relationship between the designer and the space where try to transmitting a message to the public. How do the designers conceiveconceived the exhibition? To what extent is the space of a museum is it a tool of communication? Can we speak of brand design also at the museum? Thus, this this research aims to explore the different forms of scenography developed by the designers at MUDAC, by taking . To that end will be taken into account a series of conditions given by the museum itself such as, e.g.,: the budget, the space, the time of the exhibition and, finally, the achievement publishing of an exhibition catalogcatalogue.

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(Français) Le phénomène « carte blanche ». Pratiques de communication dans le musée MUDAC

Chiara Rubessi

Docteur associé au laboratoire CINESTHEA
à l’UGA Université Grenoble Alpes

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