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slowing down the gallery experience, through curation, ect
talking to artists and spending time with the artworks
what do visitors need to know when coming to a gallery and how do we communicate it?
are we experiencing the work, or just matching it to the description?
what is a studio video? Looking, listening, encountering works, reacting to work, looking at works in progress, asking questions
expanded studio visitor- some structured, some unstructured conversations, a meeting and building of mutual respect
experimenting with “informational antechambers” – introducing exhibitions with a room of projections
translating the visuals into written language- do we need to? Does it help? Can it create more barriers?
is it important that viewers/curators know what I was thinking when
I made the work? looking, listening, discussing, thinking, reflecting, conversation
how do you know when a work is finished?
how much information is too much?
how can we make art more accessible?
ableism in the art world and gallery space
how can smell, sound, touch, and light slow down the gallery experience?