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Age of Imagination is an exhibition design project arranged with the permanent collections of V&A Museum in London. The project shows how foreign cultures were imagined in the Georgian era, and how our popular culture imagines that era.


The exhibition rooms are surrounded by see-through fabric walls representing layered imaginations. The audience journeys through a noble residence and a shopping street, containing objects with their cultural origins as comparisons behind each room, divided by one-way mirror walls for a surprising experience. The design provokes discussions about Englishness and the commercialization of exoticism.

©2024 by Frederic C.C. Chang. All rights reserved

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