This project is situated in one of the sheds on 25 Eccleston Place, London, and it explores the questions; what gallery is and what gallery could be. The research I did for this project was about our perception on art in the contemporary art galleries and is there a way to slow down the relationship between the art and the observer.
The concept explores a gallery which offers a journey around the artworks, instead of a room-to-room exhibition spaces. This idea researches how fast do we consume art and study how spaces would look like where art is consumed longer and carefully.
Designer: Daniel Nikolovski
Site: 25 Eccleston Place, Belgravia, London
Type: MA Interior Design, Royal College of Art, 2017
Tutor: Olga Reid
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