Judy Lee




Museum as a Verb

Waiting for equipment and funding for programming.

Museuming offers unique ways of generating culture, challenging the notion of traditional brick and mortar institutions. It sees museum as a verb and reflects the ever-changing cultural movement of the past, present and future. It aims to shift and decentralize centers of cultural power and influence, through tools that re-orientate and reverse the system of institutional control of our cultural building processes. Museuming consists of a design framework in the form of six different mixed reality (MR) toolkits. These design interventions are scalable and adaptable within existing spatial environments through Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality.

About the Artist

Judy Lee is a multidisciplinary designer who creates spatial strategies and design narratives within interior architecture and experience design. Her practice lies in capturing the playful tension between the intangible and the tangible within the physical boundaries of a space.

Judy Lee received her Master of Science in Spatial Design from ArtCenter College of Design in 2021, and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design in 2015.

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