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The imagery and artefacts we rediscover from our past will be used to inspire our future, and we’ll be sharing these stories with you as we go.
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In July 2014, an opportunity to travel to Tokyo, Japan to teach this work presented itself.
Taught entirely through translators and devoid of all idiomatic delivery of the work, it was found that with some minor adjustments, these geocentric correspondences could be fitted perfectly, even in a foreign culture and language.
By separating out the idiomatic linguistic components from their implications and inferences, the geocentric nature of the metaphoric experience was revealed.
The correspondences of this geocentric nature are revealed in the diagram referred to as The Compass.
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Our archival material encompasses postcards featuring our nine camps, early amusement parks and hotels, photographs from as early as the 1900s, and advertising brochures and entertainment programmes charting our development over the years.
Together with HAT, we are working to conserve, catalogue and digitise our collection.
Thus, lacking a better name, Metaphors of Movement was immediately adopted, possibly with too much haste.
It was later determined that Charles Faulkner, one of the brilliant cast of characters mentioned earlier, had used this name in reference to some of his own work featured in “Worlds Within a Word – The Metaphors of Movement and Change” published five years previously in 2005.
As a result, the concept of a separate project to be called, “The Movement”, was developed.