Living Exhibitions

Sat, Apr 6 / 3 pm

In our increasingly technologically sophisticated world, innovations in museum and exhibition design have begun to impact our personal environments. Interior designers and architects, no longer specializing in one particular category, are applying their creative skills across disciplines to conceive provocative interiors that will reshape the way we view and experience the spaces we inhabit.

Tracing the interplay between the role of the museum as an incubator of new physical environments, and its ability to reveal social structures outside of their traditional contexts, the panel discussion Living Exhibitions brings together Alexandra Cunningham, Exhibition Director, Design Miami; Andrew Baccon, Co-founder, Tietz-Baccon design studio; Brooke Lichstenstein and Yiannos Vrousgos, Partners, Input Creative Design; as well as Ruba Katrib, Curator, The Sculpture Center, to discuss new trajectories, approaches, and attitudes toward designing and implementing living spaces, adapting technological innovations, and implementing interactive concepts in the design of interiors. 

Organzied through a partnership with The New York School of Interior Design


Please review our health and safety protocols before you arrive. MAD strongly recommends all visitors six months and older are vaccinated against Covid-19 and visitors ages two and up wear face coverings, even if vaccinated. Thank you for your cooperation.

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