Harcourt House (Part One)
One of our first exhibition projects involved the community space of Harcourt House. Together we made a map of the city and invited participants to draw, write, or interact as they saw fit with the map. We ended up with an amazing collection of anecdotes and sketches of Edmonton that helped show the city in a new way.
Harcourt House (Part Two)
For our second Harcourt House exhibit, we asked people to show us how they see getting lost. This interactive installation looked at the other side of wayfinding—getting lost—and how people felt and remembered it. Was it a positive experience that brought new insight, or was it scary, confusing, or frustrating?