KitMapper Summer Projects Lookback

It’s getting cold outside and the faint jingle of the Christmas season is in the air, but for now, it’s that cold and wet hinterland between summer and real winter. Hunkered down around the heaters in KitMapper HQ we took a moment to look back at some sunny days earlier year and reflect on some of the KitMapper supported projects that you may have missed during the heady days of summer.

This past summer we saw a lot of KitMapper users hiring Flatscreen TVs as part of the summer exhibition season. Modern flatscreens are getting better and better with improved sound performance and neat technologies such as built-in media playback direct from USB. Gone are the days of stuffing DVD players and media players down the back behind the wall mount in a chaotic jumble of cables.

Check out our top three collaborations below:

Chelsea College of Arts UAL Curated

‘I Will Hold Your Gaze’ Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts UAL curated by Lily Waite Photos: © Sinead Cuffe. Flatscreen TVs provided by KitMapper.

‘I Will Hold Your Gaze’ Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts UAL curated by Lily Waite Photos: © Sinead Cuffe.
 
‘I Will Hold Your Gaze’ Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts UAL curated by Lily Waite Photos: © Sinead Cuffe.

 

Super Yonic, Art Festival

 

Super Yonic is an arts festival designed to bring together the brightest creative talent for 3 glorious days to celebrate women in the arts. Photo by Liz Gorman.
 
                                                                              Super Yonic, Photo by Liz Morgan.
 
                      Super Yonic, Photo by Liz Gorman, TVs and headphones provided by KitMapper
 
                                                                            Photo by Liz Gorman
                                                                 Photo by Liz Gorman

 

Daybreak, Royal College of Fine Art Exhibition

                                                                      Work and photo by Giorgos Kontis

RCA PHD Research Show setting up with the TV hired 40 Inch Widescreen TV from KitMapper. Photo taken by Nooria (Dave is now browsing Amazon for pink drills).
 
 
                                                     Photo by Jenny Hughes work by Mark Selby.

We want to thank our amazing friends at the Royal College of Arts, Chelsea College of Arts and Super Yonic. It was wonderful to be part of these great projects and we look forward to working with you again next year.

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