Working with conservators and curators unpacking valuable artifacts.

There were literally thousands of terra-cotta warrior figures in the emperor’s tomb at Xi'an, Shaanxi. Architectural mirrored glass and special lighting was used to “multiply” the seven figures in the exhibit. Actual clay (approved by conservators) further contributed to the dramatic effect.

China

EXHIBITION
CLIENT

Field Museum of Natural History

LOCATION

Chicago, Illinois

Visitors walked around a large enclosure to see ancient bronze vessels and sculptures. To meet strict conservation requirements, each piece was lit using special low-voltage fixtures and individually-crafted filters. Labels were screen-printed in luminescent ink and individually lit.
An exhibition of priceless artifacts from the People's Republic of China

Visitors walked around a large enclosure to see ancient bronze vessels and sculptures. To meet strict conservation requirements, each piece was lit using special low-voltage fixtures and individually-crafted filters. Labels were screenprinted in luminescent ink and individually lit.