Order of Multitudes

Museum

The museum is a place that groups unique objects into categories and narratives that are meaningful to scholars and casual viewers alike, attempting to present them in ways that are both informative and visually attractive. At the same time, in order to remain relevant a museum must remain open to new ways of understanding and presenting its collection of objects, allowing space for such unforeseeable uses of its things in the future.

No. Title Type Author Added on
1 Excavating Information Loss: Interview with Ella Klik Conversation

Michael Faciejew

Wednesday 15 Dec 2021
2 Recovering the Ephemeral with Sanchita Balachandran Conversation

Allison Chu

Wednesday 15 Dec 2021
3 Reading Stories in Data: A Conversation with Dan Bouk Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Monday 15 Nov 2021
4 The Hidden Labor of Information: A Conversation with Craig Robertson Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Monday 15 Nov 2021
5 Mapping the Legacy of Slavery: In Conversation with VanJessica Gladney Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Thursday 28 Oct 2021
6 Documenting Environmental Violence: Interview with Samaneh Moafi Conversation

Michael Faciejew

Thursday 28 Oct 2021
7 Remapping the Architectural Archive Conversation

Michael Faciejew

Wednesday 13 Oct 2021
8 Imagining the future of a museum in view of its history: A Conversation with Alexandra Alberda Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Sunday 03 Oct 2021
9 The Violence of Collections Conversation

Michael Faciejew

Wednesday 22 Sep 2021
10 Vast Collections, Painful Legacies: A Conversation with Samuel Redman on Museums, Race, and Repatriation Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Monday 13 Sep 2021