Nick Bell has written a review of the exhibition design summit ‘Chaos at the Museum’ that happened on 25th and 26th April at UAL's Central Saint Martins. Called ‘An end to the curatocracy?’, it was published on Critical Path on the Eye Magazine blog today. He writes: ‘Chaos at the Museum’ burned bright. The event was a rare opportunity to share new visions for the future of exhibition design. The most unusual thing about the London conference ‘Chaos at the Museum’ was that it was devoted to design. Most discussion of museum practice is dominated by curators – whether at conferences or in the media. So it was not surprising that the designers attending ‘Chaos at the Museum’ could barely suppress their excitement all day. I’ve never seen so many smiles since, well, the Martin Creed exhibition at the Hayward.’
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