Documenting Brainstorming

Surprised Insights:

  • Think about the future of the art not just the space
  • It is going to be very dynamic in how art is presented
  • Technology shapes our behaviors
  • Surprising customers by matching the usual thing together sometimes works really well. e.g. Yoga class at the Grand Central. Spending a night at a natural history museum
  • Creating a future art space can be another form of an art
  • Experience that lasts beyond the touch point
  • Taking the art outside museum space e.g. 34th st. F/M train station

New Outcomes:

  • Prolonging experiences that lasts to give more in depth contents about an artist, a historical event, a place over certain period of time to tell a full storytelling
  • Making a personal art and making a use of it
  • Space that is freely chasing contents that is showing in the next room according to the customer’s response to the current content

Quick Idea Sketches

Left: Open Space Art Museum—placed in small spaces in public locations that works as if it is a digital art frame with sounds. Right: Dynamic Museum Rooms—create customized storytelling according to reactions of the users by activating different doors with different contents.
Left: A Doorway to … —creating immersive experience using physical materials and sound in prior to entering exhibition space so that it works as a trailer of the exhibition. Right: Continuous Experience—over a certain period of time, a series of detailed storytelling happens to the user for deeper understanding in exhibition context.

Special thanks to Paola and James :)

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