Behind the Scenes
We utilise an interdisciplinary methodology and a wide range of cutting-edge technologies to uncover the evidence of cultural genocide and mass violence
A Unique Methodology
Our non-invasive approach uncovers evidence of cultural genocide and mass violence, whilst respecting the sacred nature of sites and memorials
Historical research involves the collation and analysis of documentary, photographic, cartographic and audio-visual materials.
Walkover surveys are systematic examinations of sites to identify surface remains and landscape features.
GPS and Total Station technologies generate positional and topographic data using satellite and laser technologies respectively.
Photogrammetry is the science of extracting measurements and three-dimensional (3D) information from photographs.
Close-contact laser scanning is a non-destructive technology that digitally captures physical objects using a controlled laser beam.
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a type of geophysical survey that emits electromagnetic (EM) signals through the earth’s surface to detect changes in subsurface materials.
UAVs and 4K technologies capture landscapes and events in high definition
Social Action & Restoration
Social action and restoration works engage a wide range of individuals in an effort to commemorate victims of Nazi persecution.
Stories of Survival
"Here, on Lubelska Street was a house where the gestapo lived. The localisation was such that whenever they stood on the balcony, they could see almost the entire ghetto. This way they were well aware of what was going on in the ghetto."Read my story
Anna Świetlicka, Witness and Survivor