A thesis on LED for museum exhibition purposes
After breathing in the air of museology for the past five years, this piece, this topic,you are holding in your hands right now, is what I find highly interesting and worthsharing with those in the field of cultural heritage and beyond.Throughout this process, my research has led me to realize the power of semioticswithin lighting design, the essence of choice-making and the effect they have on ourcollective and individual perceptions of cultural heritage. It has opened my eyes evenmore to the importance of knowledge and consistency, time management,craftsmanship, clear communication skills, creativity and courage when creating avivid and innovative museum experience using LED.
I would like to acknowledge and thank the following people fortheir time, expertise and willingness:
Joris KrolERCOProliad/ XicatoUvAErfgoedLabMarysa OtteScott GeffertJoost DeBeijTaco de BieHenk van der GeestJack van ElewoutLudmila Pechaczek
Robert KermanMario JellemaLeontine Meijer- van MenschGerdie Borghuis