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  • Client:
    Kate Daudy, Artist-In-Residence, Saatchi Gallery
  • Size:
    175 sqm
  • Completion Date:
    October 2019
  • Location:
    Saatchi Gallery, London

Art Exhibition Fit Out

Project description:

A much talked about contemporary exhibit has come to life at London’s prestigious Saatchi Gallery, thanks to the creative collaboration between artist Kate Daudy, international design practice STUDIOS Architecture and fit out specialist Agilité Solutions.

Following extensive research and exploration, Daudy’s multi-media installation – It Wasn’t That At All – responds to the Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition which is running at the Gallery until May 2020.

Continuously brainstorming with Kate Daudy and the Saatchi Gallery Director, Phillipa Adams, the team spent two weeks on their behind-the-scenes pre-installation design and production before the two-day fit out at the Saatchi Gallery.

The unusual yet simple space is modular by design which satisfied the tight timescales for the project, gave Daudy flexibility as she brought her interpretive brief to life, and allows the space to be reshaped for her immersive show. Everything was also consciously designed to be transportable and reusable.

Project location:

  • Saatchi Gallery, London

These two organisations made the impossible, possible.

“I am incredibly passionate about making ancient Egypt more broadly accessible which I hope comes across in each installation and episode. I am extremely grateful that STUDIOS and Agilité shared this commitment to making the ambitious installation a reality and am in awe that – as a team – we have completed everything, without compromise, ready for the November unveiling. These two organisations made the impossible, possible.”

– Kate Daudy, Artist



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