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A Study of Space Utilization through Astrid Lindgren Exhibition

  • Journal of the Scandinavian Society of Korea
  • Abbr : JSSK
  • 2015, (16), pp.289-318
  • Publisher : The Scandinavian Society of Korea
  • Research Area : Social Science > Area Studies > North Europe(Scandinavian)

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ABSTRACT

This paper is to study how the image of Sweden and that of the author was explored through the exhibition of one of the world’s most famous Swedish children book author, Astrid Lindgren. The aim of this study is to find out the realistic issues and to suggest the solutions of the exhibitions for the children by studying the actual exhibition and its course of development that was opened on March 23, 2015 at the National Library of the Children and the Youth on the visit of Crown Princess of Sweden, Victoria, hosted by National Library of the Children and the Youth and the Swedish Embassy in Seoul, Korea. When it comes to discourse of image is more than just visual experience for the human-beings living in the 21st century. The meaning of emotional experience acquired in a space has more substantial translation of the selves and the special environment is essential in the recognition of the best value for the existence of a human being. In this sense, the special values can lead to a more meaningful life and add more value on the meaning of time. The emotional interactions are pivotal in the library exhibitions. Especially the exhibitions for children might have a big influence to the audience, the children. It is quite obvious that what they see and feel has direct and indirect influence their development. For this reason, the exhibition designer seeks to explore the opportunities for diverse translations beyond the intention to deliver and diffuse information. This study analyses how Lindgren’s world has been realized through the course of conceptualization of Sweden where the author came from and finally how a facilitated communication was sought with the audiences. Moreover, the introduction of Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, established by the Swedish government to commemorate and to celebrate the author’s contributions to raise interests on the children literature, who passed away in 2003, then 94 years old is also dealt in the paper.

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