Exhibit design project at Parsons Sheila Aronson Gallery for Joshua Citarella, a young New York artist with a particular adeptness at navigating the increasingly blurry divide between the gallery and the Internet. This exhibit design concept refers design elements to digital equipment and Photoshop interface, trying to objectify Citarella's exploration of the boundary between digital and physical worlds in the form of exhibit. Rendered by Google Sketchup.
Details, floor color change indicating the natural light. Citarella's online project The .PSD Show, each layer printed on transparent Vellum paper and hung against a moving wall painted with grey grid background. 3 dimensional exhibit window sill for his work Render and Difference (2013). Gallery door attached with transparent grey grid tape, referring to photoshop background.