Recent years were marked by a growing interest in the forms and formats of presentations and exhibitions. In artistic production as well as in theoretical and historical reflection, the attention increasingly shifted towards how artistic practices are conferred with meaning through their presentation and mediation (from aspects of interior design or labeling, to questions of accessibility), and not only through the works themselves. Especially through examples of exhibitions or displays of museum collections, historical research analyzed the interplay of artistic works and their presentation, which ultimately aimed to connect art and its contextualization within a political sphere. Seminal contributions in this field included the studies of Tony Bennett, Mieke Bal, and Mary Anne Stansiszewski. For many artists working today, consideration of the presentation form is a fundamental aspect of their work, which is often based on and reflected through references to historical examples of exhibition design…

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