External Gatekeeper Validation and Feedback

In order to create content and broaden the usage of the tool, the next step for this project would be to partner with galleries and museums. Therefor the main gatekeepers for this project would be the curators of such entities. I have sent this process summary to curators, art journalists and artists. In the « cadre …

Intervention 6.0 – Analysis of the Results

To stimulate stakeholders’ interpretation and imagination I used a variety of methods and the outcome of this intervention was fantastic as people really engaged with one another. After visualizing the “crunchy” news they were fed in the “Interpretation” feature conversation was heightened. Stakeholders started talking about how the process was fascinating and the ethics of …

Intervention 6.0

I investigated the outcome of my question in this final intervention. By testing in a simulating environment I was able to revert back to the initial goal, have I enriched the dialogue between viewers thanks to these tools developed? I set out to the Tate and used the three different features initially developed for Intervention …

“Fundamentals are the building blocks of fun” – Mikhail Baryshnikov

It is necessary to press the importance of education in the “interpretation” feature that has been tested in this research project. Primary research and my interventions have underlined the direct benefits that this tool has for dialogue and communication. Secondary research has proven how beneficial this “educational” aspect of the projet is for individuals and …

New Media and New Communication

New Media (2018) has been the hot topic of my research project these past months. This entails forms which combine computing, communications and content through the process of convergence. Though the secondary research I have regarding new media is outdated, new emerging techniques such as VR, QR codes and AR can be easily applied to the …

Primary Research – Questionnaire

Primary research carried several months ago regarding mindset within gallery/museum settings helped me inform my research project. The analysis of this research identified a gap between viewers needs and what was actually offered to them. This confirmed my assumption regarding the need for a tool for interpretation within these types of venues. This research had …

Curatorial Practice and Technology

Curatorial practice and technology is one of the main research areas that I have been looking into these past months. The question weather postmodern cultural institutions better represent the needs of the community it serves, or whether top-down curatorial practice is simply being bolstered by new media artefacts. The article I read « discusses the role …

Talk – Creative Superpower: the Power of Making

Last night I attended a wonderful talk by professionals of the creative industry on the power and importance of Making. The talk was hosted by She Says & Creative Superpower founder, Laura Jordan, and discussion was done between three cutting edge professionals, Jason Bruges, founder of Jason Bruges Studios, Sadie Clayton, artist and fashion designer, …

Pitching by Sasha Damjanovski

Storytelling & narratives in Pitch Ignore the “what” brain and talk to the “why” brain, why does this matter? Being able to improvise – be prepared to say anything Eye contact gives importance to people – acknowledge that moment you remember it Most meaningful moments are the poses. They let people take things in – …

Dorothy Bales – Left & Right Brain analysis

After Sasha Damjanovski spoke about the connections that the left and right brain had I decided to pursue further research on the subject. As we all have different strategies to learn and use our Imagination and Interpretation as different tools, I will be applying Dorothy Bales theory on Left and Right brain as she used …