Diane Arbus, A Jewish giant at home with his parents, in the Bronx, N.Y., 1970
Diane Arbus, A Jewish giant at home with his parents, in the Bronx, N.Y., 1970

The Frame is the Content

Looking at, and working with, representation of images on the web – the display and relations of images in a flexible and responsive web page. A page defined by a changing (device independent) ‘frame’.

A one week workshop by David Bennewith & Joel Galvez with the first year Graphic Design students of the Gerrit Reitveld Academie, with the aim to create a set of unsolicited design proposals to the Rijksmuseum, showing a variety of ways works in their collection could be represented online.

Typeset in HACK: sourcefoundry.org/hack/

Elina Birkehag A comment on the way the Rijksmuseum is presenting one of the only two female artists that are represented at the musuem.
Orin Bristow How to become a $1billion 'unicorn'.
Beatriz Conefrey Pairs of images separated by time, confronted side by side sharing many similarities and a lot of differences
Victor Coupaud For a long time , the images fascinate us . They are part of popular culture : paintings, prints, painted objects... And in this case with a 1600 's magic lantern it's seems to be the prototype of the computer, and internet by the same way. The images that pass through them are not so different than the old ones.
Eliott Déchamboux Different views on a painting. How to change the perception you have of a painting ? How to play with it ? How to create new images ? Atmospheres ?
Robert Finkei Presenting conceptual artwork from 1688 which image is not available online because of copyright issues. Website shows the stone on which William Prince of Orange first set foot on landing at Brihxam. Every user of the website is able to make its first click (metaphorical step) on the image of the stone. Website documents all the first clicks and creates walkway full of stones.
Paul Girardeau The video I chose is very powerful but just hidden between two walls, from the end of a room to the start of an other. I wanted to tease about it, just try to activate the curiosity about this piece wich is unobtainable on the internet.
Yun Hee Chae info page about the japanese ghost mask- you have to turn off the "light" to make the ghost disappear and view the descriptions.
Ebba Holt I wanted to create a timeline over the art, as it is in the museum. In each frame, the pictures from the different eras will be shown.
Jan Janssenswillen "Nijntje in het Rijksmuseum" - A digital interactive book in which you see the Rijksmuseum through Nijntje's eyes, made for and based on children.
Deimante Jasiuleviciute "Treasure Hunting"- The moving background represents one of the most royal rooms in the museum where navigating dog goes hunting for treasure!
Mikk Jõgi Representation of three-dimensional objects online is problematic. Deconstructed images of objects found in the collection of the Rijksmuseum together with the contemporary means of tactile online engagement aim to balance the scales of physical and virtual representaion of art and try to give the work a new perspective that appreciates the medium.
Zuzana Kostelanská Rijksmuseum Amsterdam → 50 Selected Artworks → Proudly displayed in 1:1 scale
Boyan Montero I wanted to have a more playful and lively version of seeing works of art online. In this case Miró's sculptures.
Marcel Mrejen #RIJSKMUSEUM - New modes of reproduction calls for new kinds of representations. This website looks at the three most iconic and mediatized works of the Rijsk Museum collection through the lens of social medias. Confronting the original work caption to it’s representation on the web emphasize our changing relationship to the artwork.
Rejane Salzmann Centralized idea of Global Art History shown on the example of the Laocoön group and it’s copies
Kaspar Sellin What comes first; the artwork or the background information. In the Rijksmuseum the piece you are looking for is always hard to find but when you do find it the information lies next to it. In the website the piece can be easily found but the information is hard to access.
Stefán Stefánsson Restricted areas inside the Rijksmuseum, what is it that you really want to see @ museums
Claes Storm the Frösta stool can be stacked, so you can keep several on hand and store them on the same space as one.
Alice Trimouille "Colonize/-d" - I put in relation a brutal way of representing colonized indonesian people in the early 20th century and the way their settlers were represented in the century before. Hover your mouse over the faces.
Ruby Van Vugt We are just like you: seeing and being seen in the Rijksmuseum.
Estelle Vanmalle Being a Doll House...
Han Yu "Culture encounter on the table." 6 plates, 1 table, a special encounter but meaningful.