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HOUSE OF MEMORY (2021)

Collaborators Anete Kruusmagi and Angela Schöpke Gonzalez developed digital installation House of Memory as part of an investigation on how to share their co-produced knowledge about relationships between physical objects and memory. This work received support from the University of Michigan Center for World Performance Studies, and University of Michigan Arts Engine We invite you to explore House of Memory. You'll get the hang of it.

Visit the installation at: http://www.houseofmemory.space/

Booklet of Scores
Booklet of Scores

Booklet of scores that each visitor receives to guide them through the installation and invite their interactions with it.

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Fabric
Fabric

"Fabric" section of the installation.

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Visitor Scores
Visitor Scores

Installation visitors leave behind a score for future visitors.

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Booklet of Scores
Booklet of Scores

Booklet of scores that each visitor receives to guide them through the installation and invite their interactions with it.

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TEXTURE INSTALLATION (2021)

Collaborators Sofia Carbonara and Angela Schöpke Gonzalez developed a texture-based interactive installation. Installation visitors are invited to engage with the installation through a series of scores, or invitations to engage in improvised action. This work emerged from research on how to share their co-produced knowledge regarding physical texture and kinesthetic empathy. This work received support from the University of Michigan Center for World Performance Studies, and University of Michigan Arts Engine.

Installation opening held in Hamtramck, MI. Future venues and visiting opportunities forthcoming.

 

DANCE AFGHANISTAN (2016)

A web platform developed by Angela Schöpke Gonzalez in collaboration with people identifying as Afghan across the US, Germany, Greece, Cambodia, and Afghanistan. As forced migration has relocated millions of Afghans, Afghan culture grows and changes to reflect the experiences of Afghans all over the world. Dance Afghanistan collects stories about a changing Afghanistan's experiences of dance.

Platform available via: http://www.danceafghanistan.com/

 

"THROUGH MACALLA'S EYES"​ (2017)

Built by Angela Schöpke Gonzalez, Natalia Holtzman, and Robert Pfaff in collaboration with the Bentley Historical Library, this digital archive interprets how the memory of the Michigan 339th infantry division has been impacted by repatriation efforts, and how that memory is negotiated through memorials. Built via University of Southern California's Scalar 2.0 platform.

 

Archive available at: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/polar-bear-expedition-digital-archival-collection/index