Annika Lock

BA cultural studies and aesthetic practice
major: music, minor: theatre

Let’s imagine cultural heritage as something that includes all narratives living in us humans and the things around us which can be accessed threw different perspectives, contexts and sience. Would cultural herritage be a non-hierarchical, non-monumental system then? A system that does not pick certain aspects of these narratives or identities or families – or whatever you want to call that what defines our cultures – and does not judge them, but a system which is a vivid exchange, giving us the possibility to communicate respectfully?