Item description for When Space Meets Art/When Art Meets Space: Spatial, Structural and Graphic Design for Event and Exhibition by Victionary...
When Space Meets Art / When Art Meets Space Spatial, Structural and Graphics for Event and Exhibition Design Often overlooked, the importance of space design to the overall experience of an event or exhibition cannot be overstated. An environment must be created that takes into account all of the integral parts, which make up a good display. When Space Meets Art / When Art Meets Space showcases some of the best recent designs for museums, galleries, retail shops and other public venues. The first section will examine the role of structures and graphics to the success of a given event. The second part will focus on the customization and use of graphic displays and the use of decorations, backgrounds and promotional items to create a cohesive design. This book is a must for curators, gallerists, and event planners alike.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 8.27" Height: 0.87" Weight: 1.85 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2007
ISBN 9889822806 ISBN13 9789889822804
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Viction: ary and viction: workshop were founded by Victor Cheung in 2001 in Hong Kong to create vibrant visual experiences and to bring together diverse international designers.
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Strange little book Apr 10, 2008
There is indeed some very nice environmental design in these pages, but the translations into English (from what, I don't know) are not only filled with mistakes, but difficult to get much out of. I was hoping (judging the book by the cover) that this would be a volume with smart essays and thoughtful, precise interpretations of the pictured work. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a lot of substance here, or, if there is, it's lost in translation. With this type of work especially, much of which is high-concept or at least defies being captured by a few photos, good text is essential to understanding. I can always just excuse it as a quaint little oddity that probably lacked the budget for proper copy, but I can't help being disappointed in Maximum Glitz, Minimum Substance.