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This summer a special UCL project set in the period gardens surrounding the Geffrye Museum opens to the public.
The Green Room is a project that was created by MA students from UCL’s Institute of Archaeology in collaboration with the staff at the Geffrye Museum in London, to celebrate and document the story of the museum’s historic buildings and gardens during a period of major development.
This audio soundcape features Christine Lalumia, Deputy Director of the Geffrye Museum, the UCL students involved in the project and some of the visitor responses to the exhibition.
The centrepiece of the project was a special exhibition in the gardens exploring how the space has been used over time, integrating local history with global influences (particularly in terms of plants), and setting it in a wider social and cultural context.
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