Mook has designed a website for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s autumn exhibition Encounters: The Meeting of Asia and Europe. The first phase of the site goes live this week at www.vam.ac.uk/ encounters. It will work as a virtual exhibition for the show, which brings together objects from Asia and Europe from the period 1500-1800. Mook previously produced the website for the V&A’s Vivienne Westwood exhibition, and is also working with the museum on screen-based kiosk work for a forthcoming show.
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