The Nomadic Phenomenon of Alternative Museum Making: (Re)imagining what a museum is and can be
, is a research
project that questions whether museums can exist outside the institutions.  
This research forms the theoretical framework to generate a platform of a rootless art space or a nomadic museum, which emphasizes
the relationship between the museum space, its object, and the viewers and how these entities affect and activate one another. 
This project endeavors to answer the following questions, from its  architectural,  sociological and economic perspective:
What does the idea of becoming a nomadic museum entail?; How can museums create an infrastructure that makes it nomadic
and artists using this form as a way of communication?; How can we critically question the power structures inherent in
alternative museum making?; How to conceptualize a rootless art space? How can museums become nomadic?. 



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