Aspects of Frederick Kiesler’s design of exhibition
The paper aims to contribute to the studies of exhibition design and related fields by presenting and organizing in a historical perspective some of the contributions and proposals made by Frederick Kiesler (1890-1965), exhibition designer, architect, set designer, artist and theorist , for exhibition spaces in the first half of the 20th century. His exhibition projects developed in Europe and the United States, favored adaptable and mobile structures, capable of responding to the user’s perceptions and movements, which would be dynamically involved in the propositions, thus emphasizing the active role of the visitor.
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