On March 28th, the report on the medium-term achievement report of the research project on the “Cultural Quality of Art Museums” conducted by the National Museum of China was held at the National Art Museum of China. The lighting industry standards of the museum once again aroused the industry’s enthusiasm. discuss.
With the diversified development of society, today's museums and galleries must not only satisfy the appreciation of the public, but also need to demonstrate professional ethics with universal standards. More and more professionals and teams are participating in the construction of museum museums. The lighting design that determines the effects of the museum's light environment and space art is also particularly important.
According to the data, with the free opening, the number of national art galleries has increased from the previous 90 to the current 430 and entered a new round of rapid growth. Therefore, the lighting quality of the National Art Museum of China is strengthened and the scientific lighting operation is standardized. It is imperative to ensure the quality of art public service and the safety of cultural relics. The “Group of Lighting Quality Assessment Methods and Systems for Art Museums” task group was led by experts. It took two and a half months to investigate 3 museums and 39 representative museums in 11 provinces and municipalities directly under the Central Government. The quality of lighting is evaluated. According to research, 32% of museums currently invest more than 5 million yuan in lighting, 38% of 1 million yuan to 5 million yuan, 12% of 500,000 yuan to 1 million yuan, and 18% of 500,000 yuan.
The study evaluated the light environment of the museum's exhibition space (permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions) and non-exhibition spaces (lobby preludes, corridors, and auxiliary spaces) and collected visual physiological and psychological impact data of different sample groups on different light sources. . Through investigation, it was found that the audience had poorer psychological perception of the texture clarity and lighting space of the permanent exhibits, while for the temporary exhibition, there was a weak sense of the three-dimensional expression of the exhibits and a poor perception and evaluation of the light environment art. Through audience research, data collection, expert assessment, and in-depth research of the next 5 labs, from the collection of various light source technical indicators, glare simulation experiments, visual physiological psychological experiments, light quality experiments, photo-induced damage experiments, and further Improve the evaluation index system.
It is understood that galleries, museums, universities, research institutes, and lighting companies have fully participated in the survey. Through the bi-directional views of supply and demand, improve the technical requirements, and provide necessary guidance for the production of enterprises, so as to achieve the professional development of museum lighting industry museum. Participating experts also hope that the research results can further promote the development of related businesses and play an active role in the protection of cultural relics, lighting research and personnel training.