Infinite Good exhibition

 

Exhibit design

Prompt:
Design a space to exhibit the Infinite Good thesis project in the Henry Art Gallery.

Response:
A balanced space that showcases the product and informs the viewer about both the theory and story behind the idea.

Note:  Graduate thesis project, University of Washington
Links: Project websitethesis documentation

 
The left side of the space featured a panel describing the original story and rationale behind the project.

The left side of the space featured a panel describing the original story and rationale behind the project.

 
The right side of the space featured a panel describing the theory embedded in the product thinking.

The right side of the space featured a panel describing the theory embedded in the product thinking.

 
Museum attendees were able to interact with the Infinite Good website using the wireless track pad.

Museum attendees were able to interact with the Infinite Good website using the wireless track pad.

 
The square format was carried across from the product, to the explanatory panels, to the button takeaways.

The square format was carried across from the product, to the explanatory panels, to the button takeaways.

 
I created buttons similar to the website for visitors to take and give to someone that had inspired them.

I created buttons similar to the website for visitors to take and give to someone that had inspired them.

 
On the opening night of the exhibition, all 500 buttons were taken by museum patrons.

On the opening night of the exhibition, all 500 buttons were taken by museum patrons.