DescriptionWhose memories and histories should European heritage sites such as Bergen-Belsen, Falstad or Westerbork represent? 8 Sept. 15:45-17:15 Zoom-session: ic-ACCESS 15.45 – Opening and outlines iC-ACCESS, Rob van der Laarse 16.00 – iC-ACCESS platform, Victoria Harrari 16.15 – 4DResearch Lab on the Westerbork Commander House application, Jitte Waagen 16.30 – SPECS Lab work on VR/AR visualisations of the BB, Westerbork and Falstad campscapes, Paul Verschure 16.45 – Q&A, end discussion Moderator: Rob van der Laarse Focusing on the prisoners and victims of war, European memorial centres have shared a widespread reluctance to integrate perpetrator histories in their narratives. Through different creative activities, using visual and audio media, the project “Houses of Darkness – Images of a Contested European Memory (HICE) explores how to deal with contested traces of history.
|Period||7 Sept 2021 → 9 Sept 2021|
|Degree of Recognition||International|