This site is a virtual exhibition for the junior class of Princeton University’s Visual Arts program.
It was designed by Megan Pai, and built by Eric Li.
The typeface is Monti Sans by Eric Li.
This semester, though we found ourselves scattered through time and space, our orbits now align as we gather in this online setting. While many aspects of our physical conditions cannot be fully transmitted through the screen, we can still present elements of our personal environments through the medium of the web.
On hovering over the bars which line the top of the page, you will find the names of the artists exhibiting in this show, positioned according to their current geographic location.
Each artist’s gallery is represented by a gradient that glows with warmth like the Earth’s molten core; the top and bottom hues are set according to the individual’s lighting and temperature preferences for their exhibition space. Upon entering any of the 15 galleries, the calibration of ideal atmospheric settings is visible in the shifting brightness and warmth of the grey backgrounds.