Campaign Exhibit

A wall of vintage, unused backlit displays transformed into an exhibit of Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Centennial Campaign projects. I designed a free-standing display and had it fabricated: the display allowed for a wall of introductory text to orient a visitor, divided the large space into a smaller exhibit area, and created an area to display an architectural model of the new visitor center (then under construction). Purple text and outlines indicated capital improvements, while green boxes and outlines were used for new garden projects. I cut windows into the back-lit film to display recessed plans of the projects for a more textured, dynamic display.