SFMOMA : What's Your Opinion?

Restraint may be the theme of artist Matthew Barney's "Drawing Restraint" exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, but it certainly doesn't apply to the wide range of reactions it inspires. Seeking to tap i

Published On
Jul 05, 2006

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Restraint may be the theme of artist Matthew Barney's "Drawing Restraint" exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, but it certainly doesn't apply to the wide range of reactions it inspires. Seeking to tap into this two-way dialogue between art and observer, AKQA created an integrated campaign with print, mobile and web elements, all designed to elicit the honest opinions of those who've seen the exhibitand to spread these opinions to those who have yet to see it. "Upon starting this campaign, we looked at Matthew Barney's previous work and came to a realization that people would have a very strong reaction to his worksome might love it, others could hate it," says global creative director Rei Inamoto. "Thus, having a placein our case, a virtual placewhere people can express their opinions and have a dialogue became an integral part in promoting this exhibit."

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Date
Jul 05, 2006
Executive Creative Director:
Rei Inamoto
Creative Director:
Bob Pullum
Art Director:
Rikesh Lal
Art Director:
Sari Hamman
Copywriter:
Joe Sayaman
Copywriter:
Justin Kramm
Copywriter:
Michelle Hirschberg
Creative Developer:
Lydia White
Creative Developer:
Damon Anderson
Creative Developer:
Ian Bauer
Account Supervisor:
Kathryn Wolf
Producer:
Julie Martin
Producer:
Kimberly Got
Client:
SFMOMA
Agency:
AKQA-San Francisco
Brand:
SFMOMA

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