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  1. North by Southwest: Interactive Kiosk

    North by Southwest: Interactive Kiosk

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published July 09 2007

    The kiosk exhibit in this case study shares the same name with the exhibit, North by Southwest: Bering Sea Communities, Collaborations and Collections. The exhibition is currently open at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology in Albuquerque, New Mexico....

  2. Where do you sit in the cafeteria?

    Where do you sit in the cafeteria?


    by Wendy Pollock Published May 04 2007

    This compelling area of the Race exhibition clearly derives its authenticity from the insights and involvement of the high school students with whom it was developed - and the invitation to visitors to contribute their own reflections. The form of the...

  3. Avatar


    Case Study

    by Carlo Maiolini Published August 03 2009

    The interactive exhibition AVATAR aims to inform a wide audience about the technology, the anthropology and the philosophy around online virtual worlds. More in particular AVATAR aims to foster a discussion on the social and cultural implications of...

  4. Race: Are We So Different?

    Race: Are We So Different?


    by Christine Carpenter Published September 10 2009

    The Race Exhibit is a powerful exhibit that proves just how revolutionary exhibits can be to society. "Race" discusses sensitive issues with factual information, yet its viewers never feel the sensitivity of the issue: instead, people are willing to...