Instead of the colour, materials or shape of the radio; the feeling of twisting its tuning dial was what stood out to me.

The dial offered a unique navigation experience, allowing you to scroll through the sounds of different radio stations. How can this be carried over to the way we browse visual art? 

Gallery architecture, curation design, navigation  systems: The elements of exhibition making are all reshuffled around the simple idea that you could scroll through an art gallery.


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