Design and the Future of Museums

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To think about museums is to think about a culture between people, artifacts, spaces and the values embedded in their interactions.

Barbara Stafford, William B. Ogden Distinguished Service Professor Emerita (University of Chicago) will discuss in a hands-on experience "DESIGN AND THE FUTURE OF MUSEUMS: High Strangeness, Making Richard Meier's Museum Strange Again." Workshop hosted by Responsive Objects, Surfaces, and Spaces Group.

Register via e-mail to Claudia Winegarden

Barbara Stafford's work has consistently explored the intersections between the visual arts and the physical and biological sciences from the early modern to the contemporary era. Her current research charts the revolutionary ways the neurosciences are changing our views of the human and animal sensorium, shaping our fundamental assumptions about perception, sensation, emotion, mental imagery, and subjectivity. Read more.

ROSS (Responsive Objects, Spaces and Surfaces) is a creative design and technology research program housed at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The program goal is on defining collaborative design solutions where emerging technologies weave physically and digitally across all facets of our everyday experiences with performance, knowledge, play and environment. Read more.


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