Christian Dindler, Ole Iversen, Peter Gall Krogh
In 2010 we were commissioned to design an installation for an archaeology-museum exhibition in Denmark. The exhibit, targeted particularly toward a younger audience, would have to explore the life and death of an 18-year-old prosperous female bog body (a Bronze Age mummified corpse), whose life and early death is a mystery even today. After exploring the potential for audience engagement in the museum, we ended up designing a digital burial mound, in which museum guests could act as archaeologists and unearth digital representations of relics from a representational bog find, investigating the mystery of the young woman's destiny. As…
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