‘Who Decides?’- National Museum

When entering  ‘You Decide’, the first section exhibits pieces as if they were in storage. The purpose of this exhibition is to allow the public to choose the works they think should be on display and as part of this, paper and pencils were available to vote from the pieces in the room. This not only made the curating process more interactive, it also made the viewer pay particular interest to the works they had to decide from.

The image on the right is a good example of spotlights being used in display. Lights are used effectively in a dimmed room to highlight certain angles in the pieces and bring a dramatic sense to the scene.


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