#Metamuseum #Project starts from the following questions: What kind of public place has the Nam June Paik Art Center been? What will it be like in the future? Who are the museums for? Why do museums welcome some people, while being indifferent to others? What stories have we shared in the museum? What are the things to be shared and observed? These questions intended to look back over the past ten years and to look ahead toward the future are difficult to be answered straightaway. Therefore, the #Metamuseum #Project will be a journey to find the answers to such questions as well as an experiment to explore the possibility as an artistic commons. The experiment to examine if NJP Art Center can function as a commons beyond a public institution consists of three parts. The first one is #CommonsExperiment. Assuming that the basic elements of the commons, 'resources' and 'community' are 'physical space' and 'people,' respectively participants create a space and seek the possibility of sharing resources (space). The #CommunityExperiment performed together with colleagues, friends or a number of unspecified people is a process of exploring the sphere of the communities surrounding NJP Art Center. Lastly, #PerspectiveExperiment is aimed to investigate if different opinions can resonate with each other by bringing various perspectives into the museum and swifting, collecting and sharing a diversity of views. The process and result of this experiment will be shared online, thereby exploring the potential function of the accumulated knowledge and information through the project as another commons. ‘Meta-’, a prefix derived from the Greek word ‘μετά’, meaning ‘beyond’, ‘transcending’ or ‘change’, expands the view of the word that follows. The NJP Art Center that marks the 10th anniversary of its opening attempts to seek the possibility of change beyond the current meaning of the museum through the #Metamuseum #Project. The whole process of the #Metamuseum #Project will be an opportunity not only to find a new direction forward for NJP Art Center, but also to think about the roles and responsibilities of all the museums in the future.