We’re about to launch our new Curator in Residence program, which invites guest curators – experts across industries – to create digital media showcases on the Adobe Museum of Digital Media. The curators will gather digital experiences that have an impact on our society and share why those works were chosen.
Our first resident curator is Thomas Goetz, Executive Editor of Wired magazine (!) who – as you can imagine – has access to loads of cool digital artists and media. Thomas will be curating the exhibition InForm: Turning Data into Meaning, launching Tuesday, September 13.
InForm: Turning Data into Meaning will explore and analyze digital data from our online lives, showing how it shapes and relates to our physical lives. Accomplishing this through a series of newly commissioned and found pieces, Thomas’ exhibition seeks to draw connections across graphic design, statistics and art, giving you a whole new perception of raw data. Visit the museum beginning September 13 to experience it. We’ll also hold a live Q/A session over Twitter in the next few weeks with Thomas — stay tuned to @AdobeMuseum for details on that.
Additionally, we’re thrilled to announce the launch date for the much anticipated AMDM exhibition by artist Mariko Mori. Journey to Seven Light Bay will be on view in the AMDM on November 9. For more info on Mariko and her work, check out this new trailer on AMDM.