Category Archives: Heritage

Cleaning Up After Gropius 2015

An Installation of Ethnographic Art at the ‘Haushaltsmesse 2015’ Design Exhibition   On Friday 12 June 2015, we launched a UCL installation on the Anthropology of Cleaning, as a part of the ‘Haushaltsmesse 2015: Zur Kunst des Haushaltens im 21

Cleaning Up After Gropius 2015

An Installation of Ethnographic Art at the ‘Haushaltsmesse 2015’ Design Exhibition   On Friday 12 June 2015, we launched a UCL installation on the Anthropology of Cleaning, as a part of the ‘Haushaltsmesse 2015: Zur Kunst des Haushaltens im 21

Cleaning Up After Gropius 2014

Work Conducted With: The Bauhaus Foundation, Dessau How can the sensory environment of heritage sites bring us closer to a historical evocation of the past? Is the fixity of heritage, especially the preservation of architectural heritage, a problem, and can

Cleaning Up After Gropius 2014

Work Conducted With: The Bauhaus Foundation, Dessau How can the sensory environment of heritage sites bring us closer to a historical evocation of the past? Is the fixity of heritage, especially the preservation of architectural heritage, a problem, and can

Re-Presenting an Australian Spearthrower

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection. UCL’s Ethnographic Collection contains several spear throwers, but only one from South-Eastern Australia. In different ways, it is beautiful, functional, mysterious, powerful, and potentially tragic. This is an object which is

Re-Presenting an Australian Spearthrower

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection. UCL’s Ethnographic Collection contains several spear throwers, but only one from South-Eastern Australia. In different ways, it is beautiful, functional, mysterious, powerful, and potentially tragic. This is an object which is

The Material Properties of a Papua New Guinean Adze

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection By:  Sarah McFalls, Molly Johanssen Summer 2013 UCL’s Ethnographic Collection, comprising over 3000 artifacts, contains objects from every continent of the world, made out of every kind of material, and referencing

The Material Properties of a Papua New Guinean Adze

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection By:  Sarah McFalls, Molly Johanssen Summer 2013 UCL’s Ethnographic Collection, comprising over 3000 artifacts, contains objects from every continent of the world, made out of every kind of material, and referencing