Senior Manager: Participation, Royal Museums Greenwich
Joanna Salter is Senior Manager: Participation, for the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich and has worked in the museum sector for 17 years in education, digital and participation.
Joanna has a back ground in Fine Art practice and is passionate about injecting contemporary art into historical settings through the residency programme she manages.
She spearheaded the RE·THINK participatory space at NMM which opened up dialogue with visitors and influenced the ethos of collaborative practice in the recently opened new wing.
Joanna is chair of the Sustainability Forum at the Museum and committed to keeping environmental issues on the agenda.
Playing with Data
Australian National Maritime Museum
The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich is employing a data artist to ‘play’ with the data produced by our visitors and stored in the RE·THINK Digital data base.
RE·THINK Digital is a ground-breaking project to link, store and analyse visitor responses to digital and analogue interactives and activities across sites. The artist will be tasked with finding fun and expressive, ways to represent our visitor responses.
How has this residency affected how visitors interact with the galleries and collections and what impact has this had on staff and visitors? How playful can data be?