This article reflects on the digital exhibitionary approaches that were explored as part of the exhibition Looking Through Portals held at the Cultural History Museum in Oslo in 2018. The exhibition experimented with new ways of displaying, representing and experiencing stave church portals. I discuss two of the exhibition’s installations that used digital technologies – a video display and a 3D print. These point to how powers of suggestion in museum displays can bring visitors to experience heritage in new ways.
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