- How is health care organized in your community – who are the payers, insurers, and providers?
- Has your local health care system moved from a dispersed set of institutions to a small number of vertically or virtually integrated health care conglomerates?
- Why do you think there is a polarized debate over the ACA of 2010?
to overcome ‘Threshold Fear’ for humans accessing museums. However, using the means of a structured toolkit arguably limits the scope to explore and question further possibilities for museums as congregant spaces. This is something which artist Hito Steryl expands on, by calling for museums to be treated as cities, thus expanding how we consider who museums are for. Dudley asserts the need for a return to object-led materiality, in that humans benefit from sensory and emotive responses to objects. Dudley critiqued Eileen Hooper-Greenhill for not placing enough importance on materiality. Consequently reconsidered by Hooper-Greenhill within ‘Museums and the Interpretation of Visual Culture’, in moving from earlier ideas of museums as spaces for learning, to a more object–centric stance. Journalism and articles provided useful examples for this study in widening the scope of illustrations; to appropriately edit and select from to address how contemporary museological practice explores key arguments. Despite being grey matter, journalistic facts are easily affirmed by cross-referencing sources; be that museum, exhibition, or collection records. Furthermore symposium recordings, such as the ‘Avant Museology’ series are stimulating to understand posthumanist practices through multi-perspectival discussion to understand various current avenues of thought. As well as scrutinizing secondary sources, undertaking personal fieldwork and site visits to exhibitions, alongside corresponding with a contemporary artist; have all contributed to this exploration into whom the museum is for. From direct experience and analysis of multiple sources, this study employs a multi-perspectival approach in synthesizing and critiquing theoretical and primary experiences to challenge that museums and galleries are solely for humans within the context of a non-human centric ideology. Contemporary museum spaces range from digital and intangible spaces, touring and temporary pop-up spaces, but also the pervading and pre-existing neo-classical, modernist, postmodern and deconstructivist spaces, which all operate within the context of contemporary practice. Through an exploration into physical and then di>GET ANSWER