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FOR thousands of years tribes have used totem poles to represent and commemorate ancestry, histories, people, or events.

Now a £80,000 interactive arts project is providing a modern take on the ancient communication tool using cutting-edge technology to share memories of Wester Hailes.

Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the 15ft totem pole is the collective work of academics and local groups, to try to rebuild a sense of community in one of the Capital’s most deprived areas.

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