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Sharing Rural Heritage with Public Situated Displays

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference paper

Published

Publication date08/2010
Number of pages4
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferenceDIS 2010 Workshop on Heritage Inquiries: A Designerly Approach to Human Values
CityAarhus, Denmark
Period16/08/1017/08/10

Abstract

The Wray Photo Display was deployed in a small rural community for over three years, where it collected a large number of photos relating to the community‘s history. In this paper we summarise the project and explore other ways in which photographic content that supports the community's heritage might be presented.