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What is Mirroring Effect

Cultural, Theoretical, and Innovative Approaches to Contemporary Interior Design
This is when an exhibition involves the visitor by means of the personalisation of time and methods of interaction, allowing them to feel as though they are within the exhibition and not in front of it. As a result, the visitor-spectator becomes an actor who actively takes part in the exhibition.
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New Narrative Spaces
Ico Migliore (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2823-5.ch012
In exhibition design, and in the museum field in particular, the challenge of the designer consists of facing the complexity of reality by interweaving contents that they must reshape, giving them a narrative pace. The result of this recasting is a narrative museum. This is a concept that the author has developed through in-depth research and has implemented in actual museum projects in recent years. Conceived as a reaction against and opposition to the type of design used in the cases of the nail-in-the-wall museum and the funfair museum, the narrative museum makes the user the active protagonist of an interactive multimedia diorama. Presenting his perspective on this issue, the author argues the possibility of a polyphonic project, in which spaces are defined beyond forms with the aim of activating new usage patterns, placing an emphasis on the narrative quality of the place in directing the project.
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