This one was a little tough, due to I had to quickly think back to how this was going to work and I had to put all of the studio spaces in to consideration for this part of the research.
Although, as exhausting as this may appear to seem, I have learnt a lesson from this research. That I need to be very specific about what kind of furniture, tables or even stands I’m looking for, other wise I’ll end up spending a lot of time searching for it.
So, here are my following mood boards for the ideas I’ve come up with for furniture so far:
I thought that first, we could avoid using white, as all of our walls are white, and the second thing to address would be having the materials used or furniture being able to sit in the show, without drawing too much focus.
I started to consider the ways we presented the work from the previous years, and the success of that. I also think that it might be a money saver if we proceed by re-using those tables or some of the stands we already have in the studio for display.
Although, I found that we could probably use some big MDF or light plywood board and fasten it together into 4 panels and have it standing up so it can open up an expanded space for people to present work on.
An open 4 way sector that can sit in the more open spaces or if there’s a lot of prints, they can be used for the work to hand across?
Stands that can open out and hand larger pieces of work.