Conceptual exhibition proposed for V&A, London.
Mapping the senses explores some of the radical innovations in the realm of multisensory design practices through unique projects of leading brands product brands, architects, graduate students, independent artists, and designers.
Multisensory design engages the five senses of sight, smell, taste, touch, and sound to provide a holistic experience for all audiences. Multisensory design is in tandem with inclusive design, a system that accommodates the needs of a diverse audience with different physical abilities and cultural backgrounds. Engagement of all the senses can elevate the experience of a designed product or space and allow people with disabilities to utilize, stimulate, and perceive, bringing other senses into focus.
Featured artists and brands:
Nikola Bašič, Roni Levit, Ruggerro Baracco, Vincent Meertens, Virginia San Fratello, Ronald Rael, Victor Yves, Hideaki Matsui, Momo Miyazaki, Yuri Suzuki, Sen Lin, Toto Japan, National Geographic, Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s.
Design Package includes promotional collateral, merchandise and exhibition catalogue.