Brunei Gallery SOAS

Collection owner and curator Marian Ray

Head of Galleries & Exhibitions John Hollingworth


Cataloging and selecting items for the exhibition with the curator in Italy

Floor Plan with the painted wall concept and the colour coded Silk Road regions map. Predominant colour from the costume and fabric of each region, was to be used as background and region definition, within the gallery spaces.
Samplers Became the “focus’ objects for the concept of the display, as these items are produced by the young women of the regions and tribes of the Silk Road, as traditional indicators of their skill and suitability for marriage
A combination of SketchUp digital models and physical 3D Models at Scale 1:25 helped to convey the concept to the Client / Curator and Gallery Fit-Up Team
Free standing “gates” to represent a caravanserai. Technical drawings produced in Sketch-Up and arranged and annotated in Layout for the Gallery Construction Team
Resin and sand samples with various lighting options. Concept to introduce sand into the exhibition
Selecting and organising the enlargement prints onto self adhesive vinyl, from the V&A Museum Catalogue
Sculpted animals designed and produced by Matt Edwards
Wall mounts and fixing
Lower Basment Floor – The Golden Room and The Mughal Rual of Indian. Construction plan for the concept of a giant picture frame which the Viewer could walk through, as if entering an Indian Miniature Painting
Publicity banners planned and designed by Matt Edwards

Published by Matt Edwards

Performance Designer (Set, Costumes), Museum, Exhibition and Art Installation Designer Visiting Lecturer in Performance Design (ual London College of Fashion, Performance Design Department and Rose Bruford College) Secret Spaces: Children's' Spacial Design. Upgrading and restoring garden furniture and garden centre pieces. Garden Design (Plumpton College Vector Works and RHS).

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