The Brief for this project was to create an interactive exhibition within the Winston Gallery in the London Science museum. The Project included working within a group, to develop an interactive design piece, that would focus on a target market of 16 -24 year olds. The task was to take an existing section of the exhibition and to make it interactive. The first thing I noticed whilst exploring the space and decoding the brief was that the space was very sterile and static. We really wanted to engage with the general public. The section of the exhibition we chose to focus on, was based around the concept of Phrenology and 'sudoscience'. We found it interesting to understand how scientists once thought they could understand an individuals personality from the shape of their skull.
Within the project we combined both the new age of modern technology with the past historical knowledge provided by phrenology. Below you will see the case study we pitched.