The Index Gallery was an experiment with
the intention of exploring and translating the
qualities of physical room in the digital realm.
While digital surfaces are two dimentional, they
contain three dimentional space, and this project
aimed to explore that space, with art exhitions
as the the tool of exploration.
The logo was built around the concept
of perspectives, and how a set of randomly
shaped squares are given new meaning when
seen from a certain angle, much like a single
piece of art is given new meaning when
seen in an exhibition, ie. the context of
other pieces of art.
Large image view designed to mimic
the way we move around an art piece
to observe it vith different perspectives.
One of the strongest qualities of digital
surfaces is that of being able to work in
layers and display information at the users
own wish. Hence, exstensive information
about the piece only becomes comes
visible when requested by the viewer.
All art pieces are public domain and obtained at the National Gallery of Art.