Curated by Tim Szetela in conjunction with the Met's MediaLab, this show featured our 8-person class' individual "mapping" projects of chosen areas within The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Each student selected an area, room, or theme within the museum and illustrated it in a variety of ways, aiming to document not only the aesthetics of and objects within the area, but the way people within the museum interacted with, received, and affected the area itself.
My project was based on two adjacent galleries in the American Wing, following the role of nature in the designs of three prominent American artists at the turn of the 20th century.
Visit the States of Design website for more detail on each item
Visit the Mapping the Met website (whole class)