Rachel Smith, Ole Iversen
The goal of museums is to transform our experience of living in the world: to heighten our sensitivities, to transform our vision, and to unveil new perspectives. Embedded in this mission is the fundamental challenge of bringing together, blending, and exploring what arises in the intersection of audiences' everyday lives and what we value as heritage. As interaction designers, we address this challenge by creating concrete exhibition projects that link heritage matters to the daily lives of particular audiences. These connections are neither given nor stable; rather, they emerge through dialogue and interaction in the museum. We believe that…
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