Workshop réalisé en 2007 à Londres : une carte sensorielle à partir d'annontations d'étudiants privés de certains sens

The Newham Sensory Deprivation Map is the result of an intensive workshop with 34 students from Newham Sixth Form College in London. The students were divided into pairs, one of whom was blindfolded and given ear defenders so that they could not see or hear. The other student was given a Global Positioning System as well as pen and paper. Together the two explored the local area around the college for up to an hour. The idea being that the blindfolded and deafened student verbally relates their sensory experience to the other student who is taking notes and making sure they are safe during the journey. On their return the geographical data from the GPS is downloaded and all the sensory observations made during the walk are spatially recorded. The final map combines all the annotations of the students and forms an alternative sensory map of Newham. Source le blog de la ville

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Françoise Acquier

Chargée de ressources documentaires Equipe Cresson – UMR Ambiances Architectures Urbanités – Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Grenoble.
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