Preparing the exhibition space

For the past week we have been moving clutter, organising the room, building temporary walls in it, cleaning it, and painting it bright white. Having a naked space is crucial when planning the exhihibition. The viewer needs to be focused on the art work only. 12953267_10154268501449893_1164924126_o13165857_1033590763357248_3452532619431942700_n13221462_1080458155345265_5976253541627879542_n13221540_985634631491892_9136824873465314225_n13232987_985634901491865_6483160546106224665_n

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Exploring different ways to present images in exhibition

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I concluded that the above composition was the most effective. With this layout, on a wall, I can position the dolls to be at eye level, and to therefore be more intruding and intimate. My intention is to engage the viewer with the eye level, grasping stare of the doll.

Keeping the layout of the paper (representing what will be my photographs) in a neat even layout, keeps the display easier on the eyes, and puts more focus onto the images themselves.

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