Jeffrey Inaba uses a radical approach to research and design to make opaque information come alive. Inaba has created Donor Hall for the New Museum's lower-level hallway, a bold, immersive graphic environment that identifies and quantifies public and private philanthropy around the world. 'Donor Hall' covers the walls along the path leading to the Museum's theater. The graphics convey information via traditional pie charts, in addition to images of actual pies, as well as pie-shaped foodstuffs, including hamburgers, sushi rolls, cheese wheels, and pizza. Superimposed on the charts are international pictograph-style depictions of animals associated with prosperity. Also imbedded in the imagery is hypertext drawn from classical American literature.
Added by Upcoming Robot on February 27, 2009