The boundaries of what constitutes a museum, a gallery, a library or an archive are shifting – each are bleeding into one another, overlapping and embedding themselves within one another, seemingly creating what can only be described broadly as centres of culture and personal reflection on what was, what is, and what will be. Continue reading
“Empathy; The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.” – OED.
There is no denying that empathy is slowly disappearing. Given the current political climate which has seen the rise of right-wing, self-proclaimed ‘anti-establishment’ parties in all corners of the western-world, empathy is the one emotion that many seem to be lacking, at a time when it is most needed. And indeed, it is this very sentiment which fuels museums and heritage Continue reading