Moving Objects: Reflections on Oceanic Collections Jolly, Margaret 2017-08-22T18:25:04Z 2017-08-22T18:25:04Z 2016
dc.description.abstract In this article, I reflect on the aesthetics and cultural politics of Oceanic collec- tions in several places, considering objects as “moving” in three dimensions: in the physical sense, in the affective responses they elicit, and in the curatorial con- texts of their display. I start with the Cook-Forster collection in Göttingen and then move on to Honolulu and Canberra where this collection was exhibited for the first time beyond Europe in 2006.
dc.format.extent 34 pages
dc.identifier.citation Jolly, M. 2016. Moving Objects: Reflections on Oceanic Collections. The Contemporary Pacific 28 (2): 281-314.
dc.identifier.issn 1043-898X
dc.publisher University of Hawai‘i Press
dc.publisher Center for Pacific Islands Studies
dc.subject exhibitions
dc.subject Oceanic collections
dc.subject Captain James Cook
dc.subject indigenous art
dc.subject National Museum of Australia
dc.subject Honolulu Museum of Art
dc.subject.lcsh Oceania -- Periodicals
dc.title Moving Objects: Reflections on Oceanic Collections
dc.type Article
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