Posts Tagged “Interactive Spaces”

The Anti-Cartoon : Screenless Animations

It’s unavoidable that we think in animations. We’ve watched them for decades. Video screens at home and in museums are the norm. In a recent exhibition on earthquakes located at the Hatfield Marine Science Center, Studio Tectonic worked with Pacific Studio, the project fabricator, to develop an animation-like interactive without the electrical cord. Why? The […]

Green Playhouses

Local design competitions always make me smile. And in this case the contest was to design and build “green” playhouses…so the smiles were shared rather broadly. As one of the design/build teams dubbed it, the structures were scalvaged. Not a bad portmanteau of salvaged and scavenged. Seems that the dumpster diving of my childhood has gone way […]

AAM 2012 – Minneapolis, Day 1, Sunday (Families in Interactive Art Galleries)

Greetings from Minneapolis – home of this year’s American Associations of Museum’s conference. The AAM conference is always a bit of a whirlwind of connecting with old colleagues, seeing the latest and greatest, and sometimes wondering why the same themes always seems to emerge… Today’s sessions highlight was a presentation from a group of art […]