Nobody learns standing up.
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Nobody learns standing up.  


The most common experience of an art exhibition is listlessly shuffling in front of paintings, rarely stopping for more than a few seconds. This can never be the goal of our work. Our goal is to create the conditions whereby people engage with the object, look at it longer, more carefully, more attentively, and thereby learn to extract the maximum intellectual, cultural and emotional value from the visit. Slowing people down can take many forms; physical, with the provision of seating; intellectual, in the form of labels that encourage reflection; social, with activities and programmes which engage in in-depth considerations of selected works.