To Survive on This Shore, a collaboration between Jess Dugan, photographer, and Vanessa Fabbre, social worker and assistant professor at Washington University in St. Louis researching the intersection of LGBTQ issues and ageing. For over five years, Dugan and Fabbre sought subjects throughout the United States whose experiences exist within
The concept of "immersion" in exhibitions using virtual reality headsets can be categorised as an isolating experience rather than a communal one. A person, on their own, wearing a headset to immerse themselves into another world. But increasingly, virtual reality producers take the immersion to the next level using interactive
To some, the world of generative art and NFTs appears to have skyrocketed into the mainstream out of nowhere. Connoisseurs know, computer art has been a practice extending much further back than the 21st century. Vera Molnár, a pioneer of computer and generative art, started working with algorithmic paintings in
The phrase “Hic et Nunc” can be directly translated from Latin to mean “here and now,” reflecting the immediacy of the present. Hic et Nunc (abbreviated HEN) then seems an appropriate adoption for the title of the Tezos based NFT marketplace that allows its users to manage decentralised assets without
Bringing your collection online: a hot topic since the physical closures of 2020, but for some, more successful in theory than in practice. Many still seem to be lost as to how they could implement real solutions at a low overhead cost and without technical training. What do you really
In 2021, institutions are trying to do whatever they can to keep their doors open, while wrestling with staff shortages, budget cuts and a stronger awareness of their own environmental responsibility. When taking into account the high cost, risk and environmental impact of exhibitions, is there a more sustainable way
Sound is an integral part of the majority of our human experiences, but often takes a back seat when it comes to the "visual" arts. For many museum-goers, the perfect sound for experiencing art is silence. How do soundscapes shape the museum experience? On the one hand, sound is increasingly
Here we have outlined some tips if you are looking to add more touring shows to your programming but are on a smaller budget than normal.
Here are 5 museums who have jumped on the NFT trend earlier than their fellow institutions, all in very different ways, providing examples of what NFTs could actually look like for institutions going forward.