‘Canopy’ opening at Warwick Museum

After weeks of playing around in trees and woodlands with talented young carers from across Warwickshire, we’re delighted to announce that our installation ‘Canopy’ opens tonight at Warwick Museum. The work has been commissioned by Heritage & Culture Warwickshire as part ‘Reframing Sheldon’ of a broader development programme looking at the role of digital technologies in audience development and heritage engagement. The work focusses on how interactive technologies can facilitate a co-created contemporary map of Warwickshire. We have adopted psychogeographical techniques to explore the role of trees in the rural landscape and used this to explore themes of risk-taking and perspective-taking, themes very relevant to the client group. And what better way to play with these themes by climbing trees!? The show is open for two weeks.

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