REcall Venice - Exploring disciplines of visual literacy through difficult heritage

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According to James Elkin visual literacy is interpreted as material representations,
which communicate knowledge and create insight through their visual appearance. Based on the EU Cultural Heritage project REcall, we argue that visual literacy can also relate to interdisciplinary knowledge rooted in architectural environments. The project REcall seeks to formulate a new role of the architectural environment based on invigorated research on the cultural landscapes of WWI and WWII. Based on interdisciplinary workshops employing creative approaches and tools, artists, architects, museologists, and archeologists question the role of architectural environments when dealing with war heritage. Today, there are still traces left from WWII in the European architectural environments, traces that by visual literacy represent unpleasant memories. However, these visual literacies have shaped our environment, yet, slowly the collective memories are fading as the physical signs vanish.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelCreating a Visual World
RedaktørerRobert Fisher, Lisa Howard, Ken Monteith
Antal sider12
ForlagInter-Disciplinary Press
Publikationsdato2015
Sider11-22
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-1-84888-389-5
StatusUdgivet - 2015
Begivenhed7th Global Conference: Visual Literacies – exploring critical Issues - Athen, Grækenland
Varighed: 7 nov. 20139 nov. 2013

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Konference7th Global Conference: Visual Literacies – exploring critical Issues
LandGrækenland
ByAthen
Periode07/11/201309/11/2013

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  • Visual literacies
  • Architectural environment
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Art
  • Archeology
  • Cultural heritage
  • Difficult heritage
  • Collective memory

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Tvedebrink, T. D. O., Fisker, A. M., & Møller, H. R. (2015). REcall Venice - Exploring disciplines of visual literacy through difficult heritage. I R. Fisher, L. Howard, & K. Monteith (red.), Creating a Visual World (s. 11-22). Inter-Disciplinary Press.
Tvedebrink, Tenna Doktor Olsen ; Fisker, Anna Marie ; Møller, Hans Ramsgaard. / REcall Venice - Exploring disciplines of visual literacy through difficult heritage. Creating a Visual World. red. / Robert Fisher ; Lisa Howard ; Ken Monteith. Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2015. s. 11-22
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