Audio Visual Guide

The audio visual guide was the result of a collaboration between the Sainsbury Centre and the UEA School of film and Television Studies. The video and audio content was designed to complement the information provided in the exhibition. 

There were four tours you can choose from, each  tour identified by a particular colour. Visitors found coloured dots near some of the objects and information panels on the walls throughout the exhibition. 


Upper Gallery

Upper Gallery

 

 

Lower Gallery

Lower Gallery

 

 

Link Gallery

Link Gallery


 

 

 

Behind Basketry Trail 
Behind the scenes stories relating to the exhibition.

2 - Introduction to the Behind Basketry trail
201 - Open works panels
202 - Lighting the Exhibition
203 - Shopping for basketry
204 - On the sense of touch
205 - Lake Titicaca canoe
206 - Collecting the corn dollies
208 - Building the Exhibition
209 - Design process

 

Exhibiting Basketry Trail 
Curators and researchers talking about some of the objects chosen for the exhibition.

3 - Introduction to the Exhibiting Basketry trail
301 - Fish trap, Ghana
302 - Karen hats
303 - Coil Baskets
304 - Great Yarmouth Herring Swills
305 - Bee hive
306 - Donkey basket
310 - Nkisi baskets
311 - Plaited hat
312 - Basketry Armour
313 - Fish trap, Papua New Guinea
314 - Combs

 

Exploring Basketry Trail 
Explore the connection between basketry and other disciplines.

4 - Introduction to the Exploring Basketry trail
401 - Archeology and basketry
402 - Basketry and contemporary art 
403 - Borrowing from nature
405 - Traditional mummers outfit
406 - Collecting in Thailand
407 - Tools of basketry
408 - Harvesting willow

 

Children's Trail 
Follow a trail for children and families and uncover the mystery objects.

5 - Introduction to the Children's Trail
501 - Mystery object
502 - Mystery object
503 - Mystery object
504 - Mystery object
505 - Mystery object
506 - Mystery object
507 - Mystery object
508 - Mystery object
509 - Mystery object





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