This small exhibit exhibited skulls from the Penn Museum's Morton collection. The intent was to bring up opinions of 3 individuals, Samuel Morton, a 19th Century anthropologist, Stephen Gould, a 20th century anthropologist and writer, and Janet Monge, physical anthropologist at the Penn Museum.
Three primary cases instigated a visual dialogue behind the idea of each anthropologist. One teaser case in the hallway served to draw people into the small space, which is an elevator lobby.
Casework included removable backer boards covered with vinyl graphics, build ups, audio visual elements, and interior lighting.
Multiple transparent panels kept the small space open and dramatic.
Main interpretive graphics were placed in the hallway. Here, a scientific instrument and skull compliment the text and draw visitors into the exhibit.