Archiving the Digital: Curating the Heatherwick Studio (14/16)

Speakers: Abraham Thomas, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Neil Hubbard, Heatherwick Studio

Filmed 18 October 2013 at John McAslan + Partners office, 7-8 William Road, London

Abraham Thomas and Neil Hubbard discuss the impact of digital software technologies in the curation and design of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s 2012 exhibition “The Heatherwick Studio: Designing the Extraordinary”.

Recorded at the ‘Archiving the Digital: Current Efforts to Preserve Design Records’, a two-day conference organised by the British Architectural Library (RIBA) and the Victoria and Albert Museum to raise awareness about the continued need for collaborative efforts to manage and preserve digital design records/data.

Find out more from the Archiving the Digital website http://www.architecture.com/ArchivingTheDigital

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