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  • 1. Welcome newly minted gallery assistant!
  • 2. Gallery 1 is the largest gallery space on the ground floor.
  • 3. Gallery 2 we describe as the “Fish Bowl” gallery and is directly across the hall from Gallery 1.
  • 4. Gallery 3 is on the first floor directly above the main hallway on the ground floor. The Art Department office is at the West end of the gallery and the Gallery Director’s office is at East end of the gallery.
  • 5. Unpacking and eventual repacking of artwork.
  • 6. Unpacking and eventual repacking of artwork.
  • 7. Unpacking and eventual repacking of artwork.
  • 8. The 4 Techniques of Installation.
  • 9. The 4 Techniques of Installation.
    1. Give artwork “breathing room.”
  • 10. The 4 Techniques of Installation.
    1. Give artwork “breathing room.”
    2. Lines of Sight.
  • 11. The 4 Techniques of Installation.
    1. Give artwork “breathing room.”
    2. Lines of Sight.
    3. Balance the Room.
  • 12. The 4 Techniques of Installation.
    1. Give artwork “breathing room.”
    2. Lines of Sight.
    3. Balance the Room.
    4. Invisible Hand.
  • 13. The Formula
    (as a formula)
    Half the height of the frame or the sheet,
  • 14. The Formula
    (as a formula)
    Half the height of the frame or the sheet,
    Minus the space between the taunt wire/saw tooth/lip of frame and top of frame itself,
  • 15. The Formula
    (as a formula)
    Half the height of the frame or the sheet,
    Minus the space between the taunt wire/saw tooth/lip of frame and top of frame itself,
    Add that number to 56inches.
  • 16. The Formula
    (as a formula)
    Half the height of the frame or the sheet,
    Minus the space between the taunt wire/saw tooth/lip of frame and top of frame itself,
    Add that number to 56inches.
    That number will equal the sweet spot – where you will mark the wall with an upside down “L”.
  • 17. The Formula
    (as a formula)
    Half the height of the frame or the sheet,
    Minus the space between the taunt wire/saw tooth/lip of frame and top of frame itself,
    Add that number to 56inches.
    That number will equal the sweet spot – where you will mark the wall with an upside down “L”.
  • 18. The Formula
    Why an upside down “L”?
    The horizontal line is the height of the nail on the wall.
    The vertical line is the number derived from the formula.
    The apex of those lines is where you hammer in your nail.
  • 19. The Formula
    Why 56 inches?
    56”, 58”, and 60” are numbers (the height from the floor actually) that equal what museum people call Eye Level. Eye level is roughly where a person of average height will see the middle of the artwork. I consider Eye Level an arbitrary set of numbers – but hey – you have to a starting point or a reference point to begin anything, right?
  • 20. And other duties as assigned.
    The End.