The 38th International Conference And Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques

Travel Stones

West Building, Ballroom B

Travel Stones are fictitious cultural artifacts presented in the style of a museum exhibit. The imagined culture derives from an ancient people who carry their travel stones, like house keys, as a way to access their home center that is ultimately more spiritual than physical. Passed from generation to generation, the stones further serve as resonant objects in the tracing of the people's history. Prompted by the drawings on the stones, the ancients recount tales of their origins to the next generations as well as to those they meet in travel.

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Jacquelyn Martino
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center