How can digital enable curators to change audience engagement?
How is exhibition design evolving? What technological tools, immersive artistry, virtual alchemy and behind-the-scenes networks are emerging that will make future exhibitions more exhilarating than their predecessors? How can digital enable curators to increase their reach, make exhibitions more accessible, and change how audiences engage with exhibits?
This four-part series of talks looks at the process of conceiving and constructing large-scale exhibitions via the opinions of some of the most influential curators, historians, producers and designers.
Curator & Talks Host
Katie Baron is a London-based writer, content director, brand strategist and futurist with extensive experience within the fashion, retail and design industries. A recognised force in futurism she is also the global Head of Retail (Trends, Insights & Innovations) at Stylus.com.
She is a regular contributor to SHOWstudio.com and Forbes.com, a founding member of LCF’s future-scoping think-tank Digital Anthropology Lab and is the author of two books on visual culture - Stylists: New Fashion Visionaries and Fashion + Music: Fashion Creatives Shaping Pop Culture.
Andrew Melchior, Founder, 3rd Space Agency
EXHIBITIONism is a talk series. Talks can be booked individually or if you want to attend all of the upcoming talks, then please select the 'Series Pass'.
10 April - Exhibition Design: Creating a Narrative
22 May - Future of the Exhibition: Digital, Sensorial, Immersive
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Image: Trisha Baga, Mollusca & The Pelvic Floor, 2018, two channel projection, ceramics and various materials. Courtesy: the artist and Greene Naftali, New York