As a visually dramatic means of story-telling, large-scale murals can be an effective way to engage communities and communicate public memory to multiple audiences, says Dennis Rodwell in his article in IHBC’s Context No 147.
In his article titled Painted facades and public memory, Rodwell discusses how large-scale murals are a visual means of story-telling that can have major benefits for community engagement and the communication of public memory to multiple audiences. He argues that they can make a significant contribution to enhancing and sustaining our built environments, whether or not they are regarded as historic.
The original article may help members develop their CPD across all of the IHBC’s Areas of Competence
View the Context article