Clark Remix, a new installation of some 400 works in the Institute's permanent collection opened in February 2012, and features a salon-style installation and two new digital applications that offer exciting ways to engage with the collection. Visitors were invited to test their curatorial skills by using the uCurate application to create their own exhibitions, with the promise that the Clark would transform some of the most intriguing virtual exhibitions into actual installations in the museum's galleries. After reviewing nearly 1,000 submissions submitted through the uCurate program, the Clark's curatorial team chose 11-year-old Giselle Ciulla as its first uCurate guest curator. Ciulla's exhibition impressed the curators with the way in which her unique perspective evokes feelings and emotions that belie her youth.
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