(Migratory and Cultural)
Trace mapping

Discovering traces through
making them leave new traces

(DISCOVERY PHASE)

Leaving one's own traces
through creation

(CREATIVE PHASE)

1. Individual activity

2. Collective activity

1. Individual activity

2. Collective activity

Techniques for
copying/archiving traces
through

frottage
photography
fiming
scanning
photocpry
outining

 
Techniques for
assembling traces
through:

placing traces on a map
collage
sharing methods
(ex: living sculpture
discussion
collective video making


 
Techniques for
creating traces:

molding
metal wire shaping
clay shaping
embroidery
plastic burning
chocolate painting
calligraphy
animation


 
Techniques for
assembling traces
through:

montage
collage
mosaic
map tracing
assemblage
collective video making


 
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  • Discovering and understanding local heteroclite visual heritage through traces of migratory movement of people and objects

  • Sharing elements from visual culture of origin

Aims :

 

  • Discovery and use of creative skills

  • Active reuse of cultural visual heritage

  • Creating a common visual story

  • Encouraging to play and active and creative role in local society

Aims :

Locations of trace collection:

 

  • Museum, exhibition 

  • City tour in the neighborhood

  • At home (object, books, cloths, furniture)

  • Library

  • Within the workshop (with books and online image databases

Locations of trace mapping:

  • Within the workshop (individually and collectively)

  • At home (individually)