Exhibition Concept & Project Direction

Wright on the Walls

National Building Museum

Goal | Help people of all ages explore connections between nature and architecture in Frank Lloyd Wright's work through an experimental immersive, interactive experience.

 

A part of the commemoration of Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th birthday, this interactive installation transformed a museum gallery into a life-size coloring book. Participants used dry-erase markers to add their own color to Wright's designs, which had been interpreted as black-and-white line drawings by two DC-areas artists in a 1,000 square foot gallery. A soundtrack accompanied the gallery experience, drawn from musical performances at Wright's Taliesin Fellowship in the 1940s. I developed the basic concept for this presentation and coordinated teams of artists, curators, printers, installers, and retailers to produce this one-of-a-kind experience.

 

Learn more on the National Building Museum's exhibition website.

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Coloring Dry-Erase Drawings

Wright on the Walls, Summer Block Party 2017, at the National Building Museum