Collective Narrative Response;

JANET CARDIFF’S “HER LONG BLACK HAIR”
Cardiff manage to capture sound and narrative in the most astonishing way. We get to see her world through her voice, albeit it can get a little ghostly. The headphones did not block any external sounds but it adds on to the experience. There are many layers into the piece, to a point that it made us think of what is reality?
HOW TO USE A NOVEL AS A GUIDEBOOK
Literary mapping brings new perspective to a place. It makes the mundane a lively life on its own and paves the way to interesting insights and new conversations.
RUTH SERGEL/STREET PICTURE’S “CHALK”
This written memoir is a great testimony for the deceased who was the victim of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire. The victims may not have strut the street as heroes/celebrities in the time of their living, but the act of inscribing their names reflect the community respect to the deceased, it also create a plausible blurred narrative of their daily commute to work and home.

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