Using audio and interference as locative art

Southern, Jen and Thulin, Sam and Gradinar, Adrian and Lochrie, Mark and Egglestone, Paul and Quick, Charles and Speight, Elaine (2016) Using audio and interference as locative art. In: 30th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference, HCI 2016, 2016-07-112016-07-15.

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Abstract

This research presents initial work that brings together artists, designers, technologists and the community of content creators to describe the events of World War I through the voices of families and soldiers. These stories, that would have been otherwise lost, are restored and narrated in modern day, and finally distributed through new locative audio experiences. Homing is a locative-based audio navigation experience designed to encourage visitors to explore these stories by visiting the Harris Museum Roll of Honour and War Memorial. The project brings to life the museum and the Cenotaph to unite and bridge the physical gap between two artefacts to tell and disrupt a broader story.

Item Type:
Contribution to Conference (Paper)
Journal or Publication Title:
30th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference, HCI 2016
Uncontrolled Keywords:
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128943
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Deposited On:
13 Nov 2018 08:54
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Yes
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Published
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02 Apr 2020 12:01