Six Degrees of Separation - Rotterdamsebaan, Stroom, Archaeology Department The Hague

The Non Linear Narrative master programme kicked off on February 14th, 2019 its new collaboration project together with Rotterdamsebaan, Stroom and the Archaeology Department of The Hague, by visiting the excavation site of the Victory Boogie Woogietunnel at Vlietzone area. Archeological findings rest in the sacred safes of the former bank De Tempel.

Students are invited to use the information and data assembled by the municipal Department of Archaeology to create narratives that bridge across time. The goal is to link any of the historical objects to contemporary debates and find matches between archaeological research methods and design-based investigations.

Project details

Partners

Rotterdamsebaan, Stroom and the Archaeology Department of The Hague

Year

2019

Participating students

Cyan Bae, Giulia Faccin, Cristina Lavosi, Felix Meermann, Claude Nassar, Lila Steinkampf, Mauro Tosarelli, Kert Viiart, Hattie Wade

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