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Programme Partners



Tu 3.10.2017, 5pm

Inclusive design in the museum and exhibition world is increasingly taking place in an intensive dovetailing of analogue and digital media. An exhilarating new experience is emerging in the auditive, tactile, and visual sphere. Contents and spaces are being made accessible to all. While aspects such as comprehensible language, linguistic diversity, and simple navigation can be implemented digitally today, in the analogue world, we need personnel and also spatial measures to be able to address requirements specifically. The participatory talk will revolve around use cases like the collective project Eye to Ear by NOUS and new solution strategies.

With: Verena Blöchl, Katharina-Anna Götzendorfer (Eye to Ear), Nadja Al-Masri-Gutternig (Salzburg Museum), Linda Miesen (Studio Tactile), Heidrun Schulze (ScienceCenter-Netz-werk),
Max Arends (NOUS)
Moderation: Luise Reitstätter (University of Applied Arts Vienna)

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