"Our most precious moments of travel are taken home not through our luggage, not through our cameras… but through our senses". Mendiratta 2010. Imagination & creativity. Travel. Education. Sensory Maps.
Smellmap Amsterdam©KateMcLean2014 from RCA IED on Vimeo. People expect Amsterdam to smell primarily of cannabis. Cannabis […]
From “Preconception to Perception” a smell map of Milan incorporating the scents that feature in or […]
An emotional map based on the Inuit floating maps of territorial fishing grounds of coastal Greenland. […]
Glasgow’s smells are of movement, of reinvention, of rebuilding, of regeneration. A city of renewal. Researched […]
“Scotland, a beautiful small European country, is blissfully free of ageing populations. The Scots die young […]
Newport’s scents are largely ocean-based; the ocean itself, the lobster bait, suntan oil from the bathing tourists, beach roses that brighten the low lying sand dunes. In contrast country smells of hay and juniper speak to the rural aspect of this diverse city.
Perfumes are made up of three notes: The top notes scents that are perceived immediately, usually […]
Before reading Molly Young’s article entitled “The Smelliest Block in New York” – Deep in the […]
Auld Reekie emits a plethora of scents and smells; some particular to Edinburgh, some ubiquitous city aromas. […]
Stunning views in Edinburgh appear for unexpected moments between tall buildings. The silhouettes of Edinburgh buildings […]
The audience were invited to: SMELL a scent from any of the bottles RECALL what it […]
TACTILE NEIGHBOURHOODS Neighbourhoods have distinct identities, boundaries, often built at different times, for different city expansion […]
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