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DVC 3.31 Develop a visual presentation that exhibits a design outcome to an audience. Lesley Pearce National Coordinator Technology The University of Auckland. Exhibition of design knowledge Making design decisions informed by…. Who are you showing your work to and why?.

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dvc 3 31 develop a visual presentation that exhibits a design outcome to an audience

DVC 3.31Develop a visual presentation that exhibits a design outcome to an audience

Lesley Pearce

National Coordinator Technology

The University of Auckland

who are you showing your work to and why
Who are you showing your work to and why?
  • Define the audience and the space
locating an exhibition space
Locating an Exhibition Space
  • Internet or visit your local library and do some homework
  • Newspapers: gallery listings
  • Online Gallery Listings
  • School spaces
  • Client spaces, board

rooms, dining table

exhibition space
Exhibition space
  • Chose a place that is thematically appropriate for the outcome
    • A modern space with laminated flooring and white or pale, un-patterned walls will go with just about any exhibit; however, if your exhibit has an industrial, outdoorsy, dark, romantic, or sterile atmosphere, a comfortable modern setting might not give it the right context.
  • Pay attention to available lighting. Large windows can be good, and track lighting can be especially useful in illuminating the work.
set up the exhibition space
Set up the exhibition space
  • Imagine how a visitor will interact with the room - a visual flow
  • consider physically directing people through the space to make them participants as well as viewers
  • Which piece will they see first?
  • What direction are the likely to move in?
  • Are there any “dead” areas?
  • Would hampered movement perhaps be more appropriate to the theme of the exhibit?
  • Will they be sitting down?
  • How do I transport my outcome?
preparing the work
Preparing the work
  • Show only the best design outcomes that reflect a cohesive series
  • Prepare and present so that the work is accessible for ease of viewing in consideration of your audience and chosen space
  • Demonstrate a refined conceptual engagement, aesthetic sensibility and technical craftsmanship
principles of composition
Principles of composition

What is the effect?