Design as social practice engages the audience in an internal dialogue.
As a consequence of relocation, drastic impacts are reflected on language loss. Oral history documents cultural knowledge, local history, ecological wisdom, spirituality, appreciation towards traditional arts and crafts. Together these are lost as language and speech transposes to anew vocabulary. Cultural knowledge is recorded and passed down in native languages, they are the first to be forgotten with language loss.
Nearly 43% of the 6500 languages are endangered.
Census data is depicted in the Warli figures. Their relocation across the globe is identified by origami tessellations as movement between cities, countries and continents.
Augmented reality experience projects relocation and language loss data.
Scan the frames below using Artivive app to reveal an augmented experience.
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