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Champion: Paul Mulholland
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Participant(s):Jason Carvalho, Enrico Daga

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IMMA Deep Viewpoints

Supporting Citizen Curation at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)

Deep Viewpoints is a web application to support Citizen Curation. The app is used to author "scripts" that guide the interpretation process, whether on-site or online, through a sequence of stages comprising artworks, contextual information and questions. Visitors can use the scripts to see the museum as curated from different viewpoints.

Deep Viewpoints has been used at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) to enable a broad range of communities to develop their personal responses to the IMMA collection and exhibitions, as well as author new scripts that curate the museum experience in a way that reflects their own concerns and perspectives.

Participating groups have included migrant women, Black and Irish and Black Queer advocacy groups, asylum seekers, healthcare workers, young people in conflict with the law and children and young people living with illnesses.

IMMA Deep Viewpoints was developed in collaboration with the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) as part of the EU H2020 funded SPICE project.

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Stoneman, A., Carvalho, J., Daga, E., Maguire, M. and Mulholland, P. (2021) Uncomfortable Revelations: can citizen curation widen access to museums?, Museum Ireland, 28, pp. 64-71

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