Whitepoint as a Curation Tool

9/25/14 Update: Since this post, we’ve covered the topic of curatorial applications repeatedly. Be sure to search our blog for the word “curatorial” to find up-to-date insights on the topic.

Walking around Art Basel Miami and noodling . . . We already have a couple of scapes of recent exhibits in the Whitepoint app – both were done well after the respective exhibits were hung. We’re wondering what happens when Whitepoint is used as a curation tool – an integral part of the curatorial process from the start of an exhibition.

Curation Tool . . . How?

Reviews, related resources, multimedia tie-ins, as well as secondary and primary sources can all be linked to individual points – whether those points of interest are paintings, sculptures, photos, or . . . whatever.

Maybe you use it as a custom tour app. Maybe you use it as part of a mobile museum app rollout.

Concerned about visitors’ ability to access the app? No worries. Load it onto a low-cost Android tablet or tablets. Or, set up a permanent tour kiosk if the space is small.

The possibilities are almost endless. Got ideas or questions? Reach out below or contact us at Whitepoint.

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