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Working at MoMA: How Do Exhibition Designers Do Their Jobs?

By Slate

When you walk through an exhibition at MoMA, every step you take is part of deliberate design that takes you from piece to piece in just the right way. And it all starts with a dollhouse-like version the gallery and teeny tiny art replicas called “chips”. In this episode, Jordan talks to to Lana Hum (Director) and Mack Cole-Edelsack (Senior Design Manager) of MoMA’s Exhibition Design & Production Department. Lana and Mack talk about what it’s like to take the big ideas of curators and artists and turn them into reality. You can email us at working@slate.com.Podcast production by Jessamine Molli.This episode is brought to you by the following advertisers: Merrill Lynch. Get started today at ML.com/you.American Express. Don’t do business without it.Citrix. Start working smarter today at citrix.com/slate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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