Source Display

The visual identity for Source, an exhibition at Tate Britain curated by young people, is based on highlighting similarities between the 17th century salon hang and image-centric social networking platforms like Tumblr, and looks at the mass consumption and availability of visual culture online in relation to the offline experience of looking at art in a gallery. The design includes exhibition graphics, a monthly brochure design, Oyster card inserts, posters and adverts as well as materials for Space, an area in the gallery where young visitors could use the gallery in a different way, hang out, talk, think, lear n and just be.

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Polina Joffe
Graphic Designer
Tanya Boyarkina
Digital Learning Coordinator
Jessye Bloomfield
Arts Producer