| The Web is a great platform for artists and curators to display their collections to a wide audience. People who may never have the opportunity to visit a particular museum
or exhibit hall can still enjoy and appreciate a body of work. However, the currently popular technique of displaying flat images and passive videos is lacking from the real exhibit experience. Visitors should be
able to move throughout a virtual exhibit space at their own pace and view pieces at any angle or distance they choose.
The Formation Museum is a next-generation virtual exhibit space that accomodates all interested visitors. You may freely explore the unique art and architecture or take a guided tour
with a few simple clicks. The two floors and domed ceiling provide plenty of space and can accomodate the exhibition of images, sculpture, video, or audio.
The virtual nature of the museum also allows inventive artists to display digital works that may be difficult or impossible to experience in real life.
The Formation Museum is currently exhibiting a collection of black and white photographs by Garrett H. Cope.