The Virtual Exhibition:

Sketchup, a free modeling tool created by Google, is often used by curators to visualize the hang of exhibitions. Built on a model of the Hood's Harrington Gallery, this Sketchup model imagines an exhibition hung in the new space. To navigate the virtual exhibition, first click on the model to load. Then, either use the "scene" tabs to the right to take a guided walkthrough, or move around the space yourself using the zoom, pan, and rotate tools to the menu at the right.

For your viewing ease, exhibition images and wall text are also available underneath the model. Click on the image to be redirected to a detailed object page.

EXHIBITION IMAGES:

Two, 1966 Robert Indiana

Two, 1966
Robert Indiana

Blue Monochrome Sponge Relief (RE24), 1960 Yves Klein

Blue Monochrome Sponge Relief (RE24), 1960
Yves Klein

Bus Riders Series, 1976 Cindy Sherman

Bus Riders Series, 1976
Cindy Sherman

Umasifanisane I (Comparison I), 2014 Nomusa Makhubu

Umasifanisane I (Comparison I), 2014
Nomusa Makhubu

Give Way, 2001 Darren Siwes

Give Way, 2001
Darren Siwes

Selbstbildnis am Tisch (Self-Portrait at Table), 1893 Kathe Kollwitz

Selbstbildnis am Tisch (Self-Portrait at Table), 1893
Kathe Kollwitz

El Sueno de la Razon Produce Monstruos (The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters), 1797 Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes

El Sueno de la Razon Produce Monstruos (The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters), 1797
Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes

Hovor, 2003 El Anatsui

Hovor, 2003
El Anatsui

Comparisons:

One of the most interesting aspects of the works in this exhibition are how relate to one another both spatially and conceptually. Click through these comparisons to read about how they relate.