Focused on exploring the ways in which humans recreate natural landscapes in and on buildings, I titled the exhibition “HumaNature”.
Through the lens of four projects, I curated the graphics and photos from our archives and wrote the accompanying text.
When arranging the movable walls of the exhibition, I considered the entry points from the lift and stairs, and from the café to the side. Through the placement of the walls, visitors were subtly encouraged to move through the space in a certain way.
Café patrons were called with eye-catching images, and the panels with the most diagrams and explanatory text faced the benches by the windows, where customers often stopped to rest.
The exhibition page on the website for the Gallery at Foyles can be seen here.
The full text of the exhibition along with selected graphics can be read here.