Below are three sample social media posts.
Brutalismo Americano gif
To the left, a gif for the Brutalismo Americano exhibition. Gifs, quick and easy to make, are ideal for exhibitions of non kinetic work. (A teaser video, like below, better suits performances or exhibitions that incorporate video.) Great for Instagram, but it could be used on all platforms including Facebook and Twitter. Accompanying text for the post would include time and date of the opening and maybe one sentence describing the themes explored in the exhibition.
Richard Walker Preview
If an upcoming artist has documentation of a performance prior to performing it at KADIST, I propose a teaser, like this one to the right. For this teaser, I edited footage of Richard Walker's performance at KADIST in 2012. Video is ideal for Facebook or Instagram, but could still be pushed on Twitter. Accompanying text for the post would include time and date of the opening and maybe one sentence describing the themes explored in the exhibition. (This teaser has sound.)
Below, I created a hypothetical conversation to take place between KADIST and another museum or arts institution on Twitter. The "Temp Art Institution" is a stand-in profile I created for an arts organization, someplace like the Hammer or the Rubell Family Collection. They would post documentation of works from their collection. All of my responses are drawn from KADIST's collection. In this case, my fictional arts institution began the conversation with Elad Lassry's Man (2007) as a prompt. Then I responded with the Renata Lucas, and so on. Each post in the conversation responds visually and thematically to the previous post.
Depending on the other institution's availability, I envision this conversation to take place over perhaps a week with two or three posts per day.
Below are screenshots of the entire conversation. Here is the link to the conversation on Twitter: