I was reading Reach Advisor’s article, “Is Art Really Asynchonous? What About Museums?” and examining Seth Godwin’s graphic which analyzes high and low bandwidth media against asynchonous and syncronized activities. In thinking more on this I realized that part of me likes the fact that most exhibitions in museums are stable and fixed in design yet also temporary. Exhibitions that I experienced years ago become part of whom I am in the same way that reading a classic or traveling constructs who I am as an individual. Considering that many exhibitions that impacted me the most are temporary (such as Sensation), does that experience become an isolated perhaps sacred set of moments? Because that exhibition experience can never be repeated is it more valuable?