Learning In Conversation
On Exhibition Design with SpaceBroth
Exhibition design is a complex form of storytelling: temporary, immersive worlds enrich visitors’ collective experiences, imaginations and understanding.
The experimental design studio SpaceBroth, who work in the realms of performance, interiors, exhibitions and objects, unpack the context and process of exhibition design: the brief development, ideation, discussions, iterations and secrets of the making of REBEL: 30 years of London Fashion. In conversation with the curator Rebecca Lewin, Spacebroth offers a glimpse into how the display came together: the challenges, discoveries and what was left out of the final show.
SpaceBroth was founded by partners Borbala Kovacs and Jack Headford in 2021, following many years of working in a variety of design industries and a close association with artist Es Devlin. SpaceBroth is a platform for rigorous engagement with client and site, which strives to provide the best in ethical and environmentally conscious design.
'Rebel: 30 Years of British Fashion sponsored by Alexander McQueen' is an exhibition in partnership with British Fashion Council celebrating the 30th anniversary of BFC's NEWGEN programme.
Lewin is a curator and writer based in London. Currently developing her first exhibition as Senior Curator at the Design Museum, she was previously Curator, Exhibitions and Design at Serpentine, London. As well as producing independent exhibitions and texts, she has also been a guest lecturer at Chelsea College of Art & Design and Slade School of Art, and has taught on courses at the Royal College of Art and Design Academy Eindhoven.
Founded by Borbala Kovács and Jack Headford, SpaceBroth is an experimental design studio working in the realms of performance, interiors, exhibitions and objects. Formed from the need to express ideas surrounding the human experience and connection to the living planet their work questions humans trajectory through material and spatial exploration. They have worked with renowned designers on projects spanning interiors, architecture, exhibitions, large-scale art and performance including artist Es Devlin.
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Sponsored by Alexander McQueen. How does London repeatedly set the creative agenda? Find out in this major exhibition celebrating the city's leading role in global fashion. In collaboration with the British Fashion Council (BFC), it celebrates the 30th anniversary of the BFC’s NEWGEN programme.
Background image: Courtesy of SpaceBroth.