2013: The Leonardo Museum
Entry Gallery: River boulders, 10,000 fps slow-motion water footage
Photography by Paul Blackmore
Walnut, laser-cut steel, glass apothecary bottles.
Visitors were prompted to write their "Water Pledge", and place it in one of the bottles
Responses were curated and published online as part of the exhibition’s web presence.
Design and Fabrication of exhibition furniture and fixtures for a seasonal exhibition at The John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River, Utah
Rough-sawn timber and cotton rope were used to evoke the rough-and-ready aesthetic of early river exploration.
Built as a modular system, all exhibit walls and fixtures can be flat-packed and transported in a small truck for future travel of the exhibition.
Custom plinths were built to fit existing surplus vitrine cases in an effort to stretch the small exhibition’s modest budget.
Maple and clear acrylic floating case, integrated LED lighting, custom brass hardware.
Integrated switches powering interactive elements are mounted to the acrylic vitrine cover