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Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 64–80. Stafford, B. M. (1994) Artful Science: Enlightenment Entertainment and the Eclipse of Visual Education. : MIT Press. Ulmer, G. L. (1992) Grammatology (in the stacks) of hypermedia. In M. C. ), Literacy Online. : University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 139–64. 1 Legibility and Affect: Museums as New Media Michelle Henning Remediation When museums started collecting and displaying artists’ films, they ‘‘brought the night into the museum’’ (Dercon 2000). The white-cube art space inverts into the dark-cube.

There is undoubtedly a need for more subtle approaches that observe the kinds of language and metaphors that visitors use in their own comments, as do both Xperiment! and Lorimer in chapters 6 and 10 respectively. While such studies show that there is surely always scope for readings beyond those anticipated, it is also clear that visitor readings are produced in relation to the complexities of the exhibition’s affective syntax, assemblages, and spaces. This includes, importantly, the extent to which visitors are sufficiently provoked to experiment with forming and voicing their own views.

Conceive their exhibitions as laboratories or research centers of ‘‘shared incompetence,’’ the purpose of which is not to decrease the ‘‘knowledge differential’’ between experts and non-experts, but to bring together different people with different knowledges in an arena that is foreign to all (the arena of shared incompetence). Concerned with communicating scientific knowledge in the public realm, Xperiment! are keen to position themselves as non-scientists and non-experts (despite their audiences’ preference to construct them as such).

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