After a couple of brainstorming hours, mainly composed of throwing different thoughts here and there, Yoogle and I concluded on one thing: We wanted to amaze our audiences, we wanted to evoke their feelings, recreate their archive experience and immerse them in something they would never forget.(oh and also meet the requirements required to pass this brief)
From the beginning of the project we both agreed that our creative process would be completely transparent and we would post everything online, we were filled with optimism bias and nothing could stop us from achieving our goal.
The users would be required to give a quick feedback which was recorded and attributed to an actual shell on the artefact. At this point we had not yet decided how to give the users access to this, but ideally we thought about a website similar to this https://sharetheforce.target.com/ where the users could view their own and other users interaction with the artefact thus extending the archive to an online community.
Admittedly this idea was obviously very very grand. Could we do this in the time given? Did we have enough resources to actually pull this off? Were we even allowed to do this with Ken Knowltons Artefact? These are the questions that lingered through our minds? We decided to email the man himself to find out his thoughts on the matter.