If you've been following, you've probably heard that we participated in a blog series with the AAM's Center for the Future of Museums. They've called it "Museums and the Spectrum of Control". It looks at a set of projects which challenge the notion of authoritative museums in unusual ways.
In Part 1, Barbara Stauffer chief of temporary exhibitions at the National Museum of Natural History shared her work on a project where they invited the community to crochet pieces for a giant "coral reef" installation.
In Part 2, I shared our brief history of playing with both the idea of a mobile platform and participatory projects.
For Part 3, Streetcolor talked about her experiences with 'Yarnbombing' in relation to museums.
Finally, we had a bunch of emails amongst ourselves reflecting on how reading about each other's processes impacted our thinking:
"Closing the Loop"
It's great when you're doing experimental work to have a chance to reflect. Grazie, CFM.