Frances and David's living room held so much energy - it was a place to gather, a place for dialogue, a place where everyone - young, old, and from all backgrounds - had a voice.
That was the idea we hoped to capture with the exhibit.
From the moment we entered the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Biolounge we knew this was the proper home for the opening of the exhibit.
The space is filled with the settees and coffee tables you would find in a living room - it is a place designed to invite students in to study, relax, and socialize. Pat K., the museum's director told us about the changes the space had undergone - how, as a traditional exhibit space the room was chronically empty, whereas now, as the Biolounge, students are using every possible nook and cranny (even camping out on the floors).
The exhibit nestled into that setting, offering spaces to chat and reflect on the first public appearance.