Thoughts on Research Design and Testing

My last post introduced my PhD project; perhaps it’s useful to look at the central question in a bit more detail. Can we understand interactions and experiences in museums by looking at information captured via wearable sensors? On reading that, your first question might well be: why bother? Well, in recent years, the role of … Continue reading Thoughts on Research Design and Testing

Tate Britain is …

I made an effort to approach the newly hung Tate Britain with an open mind. It helped that I attended the keynote speech delivered by Tate Britain’s Director, Penelope Curtis at last year’s Association of Art Historian conference. Curtis had discussed the changes at length. So, it is fair to say I had some idea as to what … Continue reading Tate Britain is …