Tag: exhibits

Taming a tight binding | The Collation

Taming a tight binding | The Collation You know how some old bindings gently let a book stay open on its own, at a comfortable angle? And how other old bindings seem to willfully resist, taunting you by starting to close just as you get […]

Set your phasers to STAHP

I was once asked to write labels in the style of William Shatner. I think this, would have, helped, with that, task. pic.twitter.com/s1ZH0dCxln — Lindsey Smith (@exhibitsmith) July 25, 2014

Where do we go from here? The life and times of temporary exhibitions

Where do we go from here? The life and times of temporary exhibitions

Give it a Rest – Thoughts on Exhibiting Light-sensitive Objects

Give it a Rest – Thoughts on Exhibiting Light-sensitive Objects The “rest” period is not a period in which the object recovers from its exhibit time, because – all together now – light damage is cumulative and irreversible.