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9.00am - 5.00pm


Women of Elephant and Castle

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    The Tree House, Elephant Park, London SE17 1GD

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An AR immersive experience of the most emblematic local marks of Elephant and Castle emphasising the contribution of women through time.

Free and open to all - No booking required.

This Augmented Reality immersive experience stems from a research project conducted by Irene Martín at University of the Arts London that aims to tackle accessibility and inclusivity in art through the use of emerging technologies. The research investigates the role of AR (Augmented Reality) as an emerging technology in museums, galleries, archives and art spaces.

The immersive experience has been designed by Irene Martín, Pearl Gerald and Rosie Mitchell and it explores Augmented Reality as a design tool for creative practitioners to tell stories in new and engaging ways and for audiences to access and experience Elephant and Castle beyond to discover ‘unseen and untold’ history and influence of women in the area.

Start the AR immersive experience here and follow the instructions. Headphones required and subtitles are available.

This event is free, open to all and no booking is required.

This event is part of Demystifying Design