Exhibiting Art The Case of ODTÜSanat



Exhibiting Art The Case of ODTÜSanat
Işıtman, Ödül (null; 2015-06-28)
Displaying cultural heritage, defining collective identity: museums from the late Ottoman Empire to the early Turkish Republic
Gürol Öngören, Pelin; Altan, Tomris Elvan; Department of History (2012)
As the powerful visual instruments of modernity, museums have been formulated in multiple narratives under the impact of political ideologies in the modern world. The study aims to analyze the museums of different socio-political contexts of the late Ottoman Empire and the early Turkish Republic comparatively by examining to what extent their buildings, collections, and displaying methods were utilized in the formation of collective identities as part of contemporary imperialist, nationalist, and modernist ...
Displaying abroad: Architecture and town planning exhibitions of Britain in Turkey in the mid-1940s
Altan, Tomris Elvan (2014-03-01)
This paper focuses on two exhibitions of architecture and town planning held by Britain in Turkey in the mid-1940s. The use of these exhibitions for propaganda purposes, as well as their reception in the highly politicized context of World War II, requires the study to emphasize the political as well as the professional perspective of the contemporary architectural context. Analyzing why and how these exhibitions were held, and what they displayed as representative of British architecture and town planning,...
Presenting the outcomes of a participatory user workshop : a design resource based on the case of TV remote controls
Özçelik, Derya; Hasdoğan, Gülay Fatma; Department of Industrial Design (2007)
This thesis explores participatory design methods and presents the process and the outcomes of a related case study, carried out in collaboration with Vestel Electronics, a Turkish consumer electronics manufacturer, on TV remote controls. The thesis comprises a literature review on participatory design, including its historical background and evolution, the motivations behind its contemporary utilization and the methods, techniques and tools utilized within the approach. The case study comprises two phases....
Morone, Andrea; Özdemir, Özlem (Wiley, 2012-04-01)
Different from previous experiments that used three representations of uncertain information for probabilities: best estimate, interval and sets of probabilities, we use visual display to represent different levels of uncertainty through varying amount of probabilistic information provided to subjects. Results confirm that the individuals willingness to pay is higher when a larger amount of information is available. Further, individuals are found uncertainty averse for high probability of gain and uncertain...
Citation Formats
Ö. Işıtman, “Exhibiting Art The Case of ODTÜSanat,” Global Journal of Arts education, pp. 0–0, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/69404.