extending intangible heritage through embodied art & design and physical re-enactment
(IN) > Tangible Lab presented at the AMPS Heritages Conference Heritages Past and Present - Built and Social.- Prague
June 28-30, 2023
Physical re-enactment and embodied knowledge are powerful tools for extending intangible cultural heritage allowing a specific audience or general public to experience and participate in a phenomenological multi-sensory and haptic designed space. Through re-enactment and physical engagement with the environment both real and designed, we intend to extend desert knowledge and memory into the present through an evocative space that calls on participation and knowledge sharing.