HOW MANY PEOPLE
is the maximum
HOW MANY ESCALATORS
will be needed
To Serve this Population?
WHAT SORT OF EDUCATION
Can We Provide The
VISITOIRS to our
MUSEUM and/or ZOO
They come with a vast mixture
MULTI SOCIO ECONOMICPROFILES
And Profiles in CROSS SECTION
of Curioius MUSEUM/ZOO visitors
And Tourists From Elsewhere and Here.
Its a Zoo and an Art Problem.
Art Museum 1roblem
Modern Art Problem,
Profiles in Visitation.
Turnstyles, Tickets, Resrtooms,
WHAT SORT OF STYLE
SHOULD BE APPLIED
TO THE CONDITION OF
Should there be something weitten?
For people to read?
If so where?
What should be written?
—WE DO THE BEST WE CAN.
"You are lookjing at Giraffes on loan From the L.A. Zoo."
"There is a WORM under the silt."
"A Millipede and Gerbil COEXIST HERE."
"Can You Smell The Ostrich Pen?"
"Can You Imagine What ane Ostrich
would look Like in Flight?"
"What Kind of Wings Would It Have To Ha
EDUCATION. FOR VISITORS.
Art Museum Cards Are Necessarily
FOR THE VISITOR?
"Artist is Doing X—"
"Kind of X—"
"USING Techniquas ℵ,
ARTIST thought about Z.
AND OUT OF THIS PROCESS
ℵ approximates a translation of Z perceptions"
"This valuable and rare____ is on loan from the private collection of_____"
"Using the carefully selected data and colors, the artist _____"
Exist as ZOO PATRONS
taking it in—
Can't help but
Always be looking/Situation of ART AND ANIMAL'S
EVEN WHEN WORKING AT MUSEUM=MODERN ART
(ZOO ANIMALS) * (CUSTOMERS)
EVEN CURATOR / ZOO MASTER
ART HISTORIAN / ZOOLOGIST AS ≈
ALWAYS LOOKING IN AND TRYING TO UNDERSTAND.
Conceive-Plan the Exhibition
Create the environment—For Themselves
AND a whole motley assortment of PEOPLE.
To see WHAT THEY CAN SEE.
IT IS AN ACT OF DEEPLY GENEROUS
AND TOTAL HUMANITY CURATION—————
The Liberal and Developmnental HUMANITIES
Albiet, could always use more funding—
But is ultimately valuable—
And makes an attempt at being
I've been to these types of places.
They enrich my life in innumerable ways.
Often subtle ways—
Sometimes too subtle to even comprehend.
In some ways the Zoo is even more subtle and
difficult to comprehend than the Art Museum.
As a visitor, I believe that it is good to attend these
different kinds of institutions in succession—
PROBABLY FIRST ZOO, THEN ART.