תאורה מוזיאלית, מרצה ז'אן ז'אק עזרתי, 10.6.2020

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הזמנה להרצאת אורח MASTER CLASS

תאורה לתערוכה מוזיאלית

  מרצה:  מר ז'אן ז'אק  (יעקב)   עזרתי

  חוקר, מרצה ויועץ להנהלת הרשות למוזיאוני צרפת, עד לאחרונה אחראי תאורה של מעבדות הלובר

 מיועד  למתכננים, מעצבים ולכל העוסקים במאור , ההרצאה בעברית

  

ההרצאה תתקיים ביום רביעי, 10 ביוני 2020, 

במערכת ZOOM, החל משעה 14:00

   להרשמה ולשמירת מקום     (ההשתתפות ללא תשלום אך מחייבת הרשמה מראש, לנרשמים יישלח זימון עם הפרטים)

בתוכנית

  14:40- 14:00 מבוא: כיצד אנחנו רואים, מדדים, תקנים ותקנות לתאורה מקצועית. מרצה: ד"ר אינה ניסנבאום  למצגת

14:40-16:20  תאורה מוזיאלית, מרצה: מר ז'אן ז'אק (יעקב) עזרתי  למצגת

Exhibition lighting

Lighting is needed for many specific functions in museums and other cultural heritage buildings, such as research, conservation and permanent or temporary exhibitions.

Lighting is one of the most important factors enabling visitors to fully enjoy works of art and other cultural property.

In fact, lighting is a key medium in which visitors interpret and appreciate cultural heritage.

Light is needed to see well but this may present a challenge when what is being viewed will deteriorate in the presence of light. Where cultural heritage is judged to be worth preserving for future generations it is essential to consider the controlled use of light.

Indeed, light is an environmental factor, which is a threat to many objects. Alone or in combination with other environmental factors (temperature, humidity, pollution, etc.) light causes fading, discoloration and embrittlement of a wide range of materials. This damage is cumulative and irreversible: no conservation treatment can restore change of colour or loss in strength of materials damaged by light. Therefore, the challenge of museum exhibition lighting is to find an appropriate compromise between the long-term preservation of the object and the needs of visitors to view them within a suitable exhibition design.

As an integral part of exhibition lighting, the following aspects should be considered, mentioned below without priority:

the design aspect related to the concept and position of the exhibition architecture, the point of view of the curator and all others involved in the purpose and/or didactic objectives of the exhibition. 

the visual aspect, related to the impact of lighting on the visitor experience: lighting has to allow visitors to see exhibits on display, with the correct colour perceptions without glare, reflections or insufficient illumination.

the conservation aspect, related to the sensitivity of the exhibit at different wavelengths of the incident radiant energy, the spectral composition of the light source and the total luminous exposure

Jean-Jacques Ezrati

After :

2 years as lighting manager under the supervision of Yekiel Orgal, at Gaaton inter-kibboutzique contemporary dance company,

3 years as lighting technician at Théâtre de la Ville in Paris,

5 years as Spaces (exhibition and theater) lighting manager at Pompidou Center in Paris,

19 years as lighting adviser for the French Museums Direction (DMF),

12 years as color engineer responsible for visual appearance (colorimetry and microtopography) half time while still museum lighting adviser,

two functions performed at the French Museum Research and conservation Center (C2RMF), 

8 years Independent lighting consultant.

AFE, ACE, CIE, and ICOM member

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להרשמה ושמירת מקום:  www.light.org.il/e109