The design team at 24 worked closely with The National Museum of Film, Photography and Televisionís exhibition department alongside external curators. A series of drawings, computer renderings and 3D mock-ups were used to develop an intriguing exhibition experience.
Our overall aim for the exhibition was to help the museumís diverse audience to appreciate Emersonís unique techniques and processes.
We used the hand crafted theme throughout the exhibition space. Hand painted figures of the period and neutral colours were used to redefine the gallery interior. 3D objects were displayed in bespoke cabinets manufactured from Walnut and Acrylic set at an accessible height.
2D work for the exhibition followed the hand crafted theme. Titles and interpretation material was screen printed onto fabric and set in Walnut frames. Type fonts, colours and materials were carefully chosen to reflect the period and the sophistication of Emersonís work.