Aside from a major health crisis, Covid-19 has brought about a socio-economic and cultural shakeup that has raised questions about the viability of many projects and driven us to make decisions that are necessary to face the challenges of the future.
The ongoing barrage of online resources and contents has only precipitated an upcoming trend: the blurring of boundaries between domestic and public space. Co-workers and fellow students have slipped into our homes through our screens, and our options for entertainment and learning have expanded beyond their previous physical boundaries. Museums, art centres, auditoriums and theatres are no exception: even while they were closed, cultural venues opened up and revealed their inner workings. Now the challenge will be to offer a differential value between physical spaces and digital channels.Continue reading The Miró, Available to All