(1) The Ghost of Grainger: Engaging with heritage through digital storytelling

About the authors:

Rochus Urban Hinkel is Associate Professor in Architecture and Design at the Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne. Through digital mixed reality technology, he explores new forms of spatiality, storytelling, and modes of collaboration. His project Voices of Country was presented at Ars Electronica, he holds The UniSA, SIDA Foundation and David Roche Foundation’s Curatorial Research Fellowship for his digital craft project ‘The Doppelgaenger’. Rochus is the initiator and co-director of the Advanced Digital Design plus Fabrication ADD+F research hub at the Melbourne School of Design; together with Dr. Peter Raisbeck co-convenes the Politics and Utopia in Architecture conversation series. Rochus holds a PhD by Creative Works and has taught architecture, interior design and industrial design in various positions, including Professor of Artistic Design at OTH Regensburg, Germany, as well as Professor of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at Konstfack, University of Arts, Craft and Design, Stockholm.


Edward Yee holds a Master of Architecture from the Melbourne School of Design. He is a tutor in the NExT Lab at MSD with expertise in video and animation, working closely with Rochus on various research projects.


(2) Heritage and Photography: UNASP Memory Center  as a historical documentation resource


About the author:

As part of its activities, UNASP Memory Center has a Research Group called UNASP History and Memory Laboratory (LEHME in Portuguese) that collects documents, interviews, objects of communitarian interest and researches the historical relationship between the campus and the Capão Redondo District. UNASP Memory Center is coordinated by the MSC attendee Emily Bertazzo, who integrates the LEHME with Professor Dr. Gabriela Abraços, Professor MSc Mariana Tonasso and Professor Dr. Rosane Keppke from the UNASP Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning.


(3) The campus of the Paul Valéry University in Montpellier as an architectural heritage object


About the author:

Cléa Calderoni is a graduate of a DESS in Modern Architecture and Heritage of the 20th century (University of Quebec in Montreal, 2015) and Master 2 Heritage and Museums (Paris 1, 2017). She is a doctoral student in art history at the University of Picardie Jules Verne in Amiens, under the supervision of Simon Texier (ED 586, since date), and a member of the Centre de Recherche en Arts et Esthétique – CRAE – (EA 4291). Dissertations of DESS on the development as an action of conservation of the architecture of the XXth century and on the evolution of the form within the religious modern architecture in Montpellier.