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Ingenium Canada

Highlighting the contributions of women in STEM

A travelling exhibition uncovering the triumphs and tribulations for women in science, technology, engineering, and math

Two people standing at a brightly-coloured pink and blue museum exhibit display, interacting with a digital screen using physical buttons.
Client
Ingenium Canada
Project type
Travelling exhibition
BadMath; Optima Imaging; Tim Davis Design
Collaborators

Following the success of our 'Women in STEM' poster series, Ingenium entrusted our team to develop a dynamic travelling exhibit. This exhibit showcases the inspiring narratives of women across the world, celebrated for their exceptional contributions to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), while also shedding light on the challenges faced by women in STEM.

Addressing numerous challenges along the way, we successfully tackled issues such as integrating lighting, designing modular components for adaptable layouts, and creating a user-friendly system that could be effortlessly uncrated and assembled within a six-hour timeframe by two to three people without prior building experience.


Our focus centered on creating a bold, vibrant, and modern exhibit that seamlessly extended the aesthetic of the poster series into a captivating three-dimensional presentation. In addition to the physical components, designed to travel for at least five years, our team developed two interactive digital games that showcased specific STEM careers and exposed gender biases, a mechanical interactive that physically demonstrated the piezoelectric effect, an iconographic library encompassing all STEM fields, and a comprehensive user manual.


Now travelling for over five years, the exhibit continues to make its mark at prestigious landmarks throughout North America, appearing at cultural and scientific institutions, universities, schools, embassies, and community centers.

Be beautifully accessible.

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