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NCECA 2014: Meredith McGriff

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Lecture: The Temptation to Touch: Considertions in Curating Pottery Exhibits

For potters, the feel of a pot is integral to the experience of the piece. Yet in museums, preservation is crucial and visitors are often prevented from touching exhibited objects. This presentation explores touch as an essential aspect of human experience, and proposes compromises for ceramics exhibitions.

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  1. 1. The Temptation to Touch Considerations in Curating Pottery Exhibits
  2. 2. http://www.theonion.com/articles/struggling-museum-now-allowing-patrons-to-touch-pa,2821/
  3. 3. Synthesis: NCECA International Resident Artists 2009 NCECA Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona The White Pedestal Expectation
  4. 4. MacLachlan, Malcolm. Embodiment: Clinical, Critical and Cultural Perspectives on Health and Illness. Open University Press, 2004. (pp. 11-13) The Importance of Touch
  5. 5. Blakeslee, Sandra, and Matthew Blakeslee. The Body Has a Mind of Its Own: How Body Maps in Your Brain Help You Do (Almost) Everything Better. Random House LLC, 2008. (pp.139-141) The Importance of Touch
  6. 6. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting If the objects on display cannot be touched for practical reasons, find smaller or less valuable pieces that can be handled.
  7. 7. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Visually and physically separate the spaces in the exhibit where touch is or is not allowed.
  8. 8. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Include aspects of the process. Let visitors: • Handle tools and brushes • Touch clay in various stages (wet, dry, bisque, glazed) • Experience diverse textures: wet slip vs. rough surface of fire bricks
  9. 9. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Melted Ash: Michiana Wood Fired Pottery Mathers Museum of World Cultures, Indiana University, 2013
  10. 10. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Think outside the white pedestal! In exhibits of historical objects or objects from other cultures, consider the contexts for which these pots were intended.
  11. 11. Thinking About Context Todd Pletcher Pottery Michiana Pottery Tour 2012
  12. 12. Thinking About Context Unloading Mark Goertzen’s Kiln Michiana Pottery Tour 2013 Dick Lehman
  13. 13. Melted Ash: Michiana Wood Fired Pottery Mathers Museum of World Cultures, 2013 Thinking About Context
  14. 14. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Plan events to enhance the exhibit experience.
  15. 15. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Plan events to enhance the exhibit experience. http://www.raku-yaki.or.jp/e/museum/special_program.html
  16. 16. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Think outside the box! Object Focus: The Bowl Museum of Contemporary Craft, 2013 Curated by Namita Gupta Wiggers http://mocc.pnca.edu/exhibitions/5412/
  17. 17. Curating Functional Pottery in a Museum Setting Think outside the box! http://mocc.pnca.edu/exhibitions/5412/
  18. 18. Educational Options: • Studio Art • Art History Also consider: • Folklore • Museum Studies • Arts Management • Anthropology • Library Sciences • Education www.indiana.edu/~folklore
  19. 19. “The Museology of Everyday Life” ~Pravina Shukla
  20. 20. Is it really enough to just look at beautiful pots?
  21. 21. Many thanks to the Michiana-area potters (particularly Dick Lehman, Mark Goertzen, Todd Pletcher, and Justin Rothshank) for their involvement with the Melted Ash exhibit! For more information about this presentation, contact: Meredith McGriff Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology Indiana University CaughtUpInClay@gmail.com

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