Analyzing of exhibition’s technology extend in changing museum and museology: Bursa panorama museum


Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Bursa Uludağ University, Turkey

Approval Date: 2020

Thesis Language: Turkish

Student: AYŞE BURCU ZÜLFİKAR

Supervisor: Özgür Mehmet Ediz

Abstract:

Museums that named from the temples of muses in Ancient Greece are creations of thousands of years. This creation is extending their scope with physical and contextual changes, just like living creature. One of them is panoroma museum. Known as 360 degree continuous visual art, panoroma art became dominant in aspects of style and content with its circular form. Panoroma museums that hosts panoroma art consisting of war, city and nature scenes, has impressed visitors with its three dimensional expression techniques. Nowadays, technology has become tool of visual art and three dimensional expression techniques. Technology comes from the meaning of the techniques and practices that helps humanity, acts as a bridge between science and art. At the present time, this existence takes place as applications in modern art exhibitions. In that regard, it is possible to develop the three dimesional expression techniques and carrying the panoroma art to future with technology. Contemporary museums can be taken to next level with the help of museum exhibition technologies that covers not only panoromas but also the whole museum shell. In this regard, “Panoroma 1326 Museum and Interplay Center”, has been selected and given a suggestion model in consideration of studies and analysises. The suggested model is aimed at offering fun, education and discovery for the visitors with principles of contemporary museology. True adaption that is prepared taking the exhibitions in the world and system requirements into account. These thesis aims to bring a new perspective to museum litarature, museum architecture and exhibitions.