For the graduation project, I worked as an exhibit designer at Dharohar to create theme-based exhibitions for their Thirdspace Mini which required me to research on the theme and build exhibits to give a complete experience for the visitors. Using the knowledge acquired from the discipline helped me design better in terms of stability, details, and the use of materials while holding on to the experience and narrative.
I embarked on a journey that commenced with a thorough understanding of the exhibition space and its visitors. This foundation enabled the creation of tailored conceptual frameworks that resonated with the organization's values. Subsequent in-depth research unveiled a theme intricately woven into environmental, ecological, and financial considerations. Through extensive group discussions and insightful dialogues with my team lead, the theme evolved into a focused concept, highlighting the profound impact of seemingly minor choices on resource dynamics. Overcoming the challenges of guiding volunteers who lacked expertise in prototyping, and innovatively navigating in-house production constraints, this experience cultivated adaptability, effective communication, and astute resource management skills. It not only elevated my exhibit design prowess but also imparted invaluable insights into orchestrating diverse teams and creatively surmounting challenges.
After navigating through a journey of learning and overcoming challenges, the culmination of my efforts resulted in the successful installation of the exhibits at Third Space Mini under the title "You Matter, So Do Your Choices."