Los Angeles

3-Ways was a three-dimensional projection-based show which implemented constructed canvases as a means of instigating and initiating spatial conversations at the 1:1 scale. Participants were requested to submit three video files to be projected on the canvases for a span no longer than three minutes.
The show was the first installment in the A+D Museum’s Guest Curator Program which was initiated as a means of providing an opportunity for curators to collaborate, create, and experiment with the museum on emerging modes of curation, media, and untapped mediums. The Program is an evolving body of professionals and academics from different backgrounds gathered to initiate conversations on how to expand upon and rupture traditional modes of curating architecture and design.