How does the virtual tour environment (format, speed, interactivity, media/video, zoom, etc) change the way you look at a work of art?

-How does the virtual tour environment (format, speed, interactivity, media/video, zoom, etc) change the way you look at a work of art?
-How does the museum or gallery give visitors information about works of art? Do you think the institution’s goals and the message it wants to convey have on impact on what the museum or gallery has written about the works of art?
-Does the meaning of an artwork change in your virtual visit because of the framing and the context of the exhibition you’re viewing online?
-How did they arrange/order the works of art together? Does the arrangement/order of works change the way you look at a work of art; for instance, with the contrasting or complementary aspect of one work that’s placed next to another?

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