Making a museum from scratch: Part Seven After my long Australian interlude, I bet you thought I’d given up on my little thought experiment. But, no!
Summer is a traditionally busy season here. We’ve opened a new prototype gallery to test out components for a computer animation exhibition we’re working on,
For those of you just tuning in, I’ve been on a long extended thought experiment on what a traditional museum (one built around a collection
What does the mission of a radically transparent museum look like? In Part Three of this series, I proposed that our museum be radically transparent, that
I’m stuck in them midst of rewrites to my thesis and too preoccupied to write much. But in spite of this I’ve had two competing
One of the most interesting parts of going through everyone’s responses to my question about managing their cognitive load was seeing the similarities and differences