DESKTOP EXHIBITION

Presentation Format

2017 – ongoing
Various Locations

A Desktop Exhibition is a public presentation on a desktop, conducted on a laptop, a private screen. It is a presentation format developed by Matylda Krzykowski, shortly after closing the physical space of Depot Basel. The curator clicks through files on a desktop, simulating a guide who walks visitors through the physical space of an exhibition.

In October 2017 Matylda Krzykowski presented the first Desktop Exhibition at Is Technology Sexist?,  a conference curated by Chus Martinez at Institut Kunst, Basel.

Have you seen the presentation of the first speaker on the technology and gender conference? She curated various files onto her desktop background and called it an exhibition.

Previous Desktop Exhibitions:

19 Feb 2020
Center for Philosophical Technologies, Speaker Series: Bordering
Arizona State University, Tempe, USA

11 Dec 2019
Formats, in context of the seminar ‘One Minute Architecture’
by Dan Handel & Tal Erez
Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, Tel Aviv, Israel

27 Sep 2018
Mitchell Lecture Series, conversation with Ilona Gaynor
The School of Art Institute Chicago, USA

12 March 2018
Methods & Formats
BauNow Bauhaus New Perspectives, Alma Tel Aviv, Israel

05 Dec 2017
Inaugural Lecture
Muthesius University of Art and Design, Kiel, Germany

30 Oct 2017
Prototyping Ideas, Theme: Local
Domus Academy Milan, Italy

18 Oct 2017
The Art of Presenting
Z33 & Designplatform Limburg, Hasselt, Belgium

10 Oct 2017
Is Technology Sexist? Symposium
Institut Kunst, Basel, Switzerland

Desktop Scenographies by Tom Hancocks
Valerie van Zuijlen or Matylda Krzykowski