TYPA, Innovation in a Museum Context

Autores

  • Charlotte Emma Biszewski Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta we WrocławiuGenerała Romualda Traugutta 19/21, 50-416 Wrocław, PolandTYPAKastani 48f 50410 Tartu, Estonia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24220/2595-9557v4e2021a5011

Palavras-chave:

Collaboration. Heritage. Innovation. Museum. Printmaking.

Resumo

How do print museums develop an innovative approach to their collection while providing their visitors with historical context? Using artistic printmaking to keep the heritage of print alive, many ‘working museums’ promote the global knowledge of letterpress, relying on international collaborations to generate innovative and creative approaches. The the International Council of Museums’ guidelines, only refers to a ‘working museum’, but does not offer a clear definition of what this is. How can an operational print museum demonstrate innovative practices and retain the existing knowledge of letterpress? This paper will examine the ‘working print museum’, how it can be not only a site for reimagining the past but provide new forms of research and pioneering adaptations of old technologies. This research is inspired by the concept that as the initial infatuation with certain technologies has passed, we have entered a relationship with them in expanded artistic adventure. The paper promotes the idea that printmaking and letterpress allow for a collaborative approach which not only serves to strengthen communities but can be more than a mere reproduction of a historical process and allow for expanded experimentation. Through an in-depth look of the contemporary practices, ethos, and developments of printing museums in Europe, this paper raises questions surrounding the role of museums in this post-digital world. It will look at the future of the ‘working print museum’ and suggest how letterpress practices can extend through international and European collaborations.

Biografia do Autor

Charlotte Emma Biszewski, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta we WrocławiuGenerała Romualda Traugutta 19/21, 50-416 Wrocław, PolandTYPAKastani 48f 50410 Tartu, Estonia

Charlotte Biszewski is a PhD student at the Academy of Fine Arts Eugeniusz Geppert, in Wrocław. Her research involves narrative and inter-disciplinary printmaking. She works as a community artist, printmaker and creative technologist with a collaborative approach to print. After graduating in 2015 from an MA in Multidisciplinary printmaking at the University of the West of England, she spent two years researching the Bristol Print Industry, which she presented through talks, a variation of publications and a documentary film, Bristol Set in Print, a finalist at the Social Machinery Film- Festival. Other awards include The Rebecca Smith Award for Fine-art Printmaking, the David Cantor Memorial Award for printmaking and the Visegrad Scholarship from the Open-Society Archives.

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16-08-2021

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Dossiê Tradição e Ruptura: Pesquisas e Práticas da Arte Impressa Contemporânea