The Kunstkammer was a programmatic display of art and oddities
amassed by wealthy Europeans during the sixteenth to the eighteenth
centuries. These nascent museums reflected the ambitions of such
thinkers as Descartes, Locke, and Kepler to unite the forces of
nature with art and technology. Bredekamp advances a radical view
that the baroque Kunstkammer is also the nucleus of modern
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