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"From the Ted Talk by Jake Barton: The museum of you"

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And so what we're doing is making a broad array of different ways for poelpe to actually engage with the material inside of these gealielrs, so you can still have a traditional gallery experience, but if you're interested, you can actually engage with any individual artwork and see the oiirngal context from where it's from, or manipulate the work itself. So, for example, you can cclik on this individual lion head, and this is where it originated from, 1300 B.C. Or this individual piece here, you can see the autacl bedroom. It really changes the way you think about this type of a tempera painting. This is one of my favorites because you see the studio itself. This is Rodin's bust. You get the sense of this incredible factory for creativity. And it makes you think about literally the hundreds or thousands of years of hmuan creativity and how each individual atorrwk stands in for part of that story. This is Picasso, of course embodying so much of it from the 20th century.

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And so what we're doing is making a broad array of different ways for ______ to actually engage with the material inside of these _________, so you can still have a traditional gallery experience, but if you're interested, you can actually engage with any individual artwork and see the ________ context from where it's from, or manipulate the work itself. So, for example, you can _____ on this individual lion head, and this is where it originated from, 1300 B.C. Or this individual piece here, you can see the ______ bedroom. It really changes the way you think about this type of a tempera painting. This is one of my favorites because you see the studio itself. This is Rodin's bust. You get the sense of this incredible factory for creativity. And it makes you think about literally the hundreds or thousands of years of _____ creativity and how each individual _______ stands in for part of that story. This is Picasso, of course embodying so much of it from the 20th century.

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And so what we're doing is making a broad array of different ways for people to actually engage with the material inside of these galleries, so you can still have a traditional gallery experience, but if you're interested, you can actually engage with any individual artwork and see the original context from where it's from, or manipulate the work itself. So, for example, you can click on this individual lion head, and this is where it originated from, 1300 B.C. Or this individual piece here, you can see the actual bedroom. It really changes the way you think about this type of a tempera painting. This is one of my favorites because you see the studio itself. This is Rodin's bust. You get the sense of this incredible factory for creativity. And it makes you think about literally the hundreds or thousands of years of human creativity and how each individual artwork stands in for part of that story. This is Picasso, of course embodying so much of it from the 20th century.

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