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Hermitage, №3-4(16), 2010 (+ 3D очки)  

Hermitage, №3-4(16), 2010 (+ 3D очки)

210x275 136 страниц. 2010 год.
Государственный Эрмитаж
Codes are created to restrict access to certain information. They help a certain group of people gain access to special information. This information separates these people from the rest, and gives the additional pleasure of a feeling of exclusivity derived from their access to this information. This is the aesthetic role of the code, and it is clearly present in an encyclopedic museum. Museum information is in principle widely accessible. This is the essence and role of the museum. At the same time, the information is so diverse and multi-layered that access to many aspects of its "databases" (collections) requires special preparation, guidance and special explanations. The entire mechanism of museum work strives towards this goal. With the help of museum scholarship and museum education, collections are encoded numerous times, and then later they are decoded at various levels. Making an intellectual effort to gain access to art and history is an essential condition for receiving...
 
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