'Drawn to Investigate', The Ruskin - Museum of the Near Future, Lancaster University

Research output: Non-Textual OutputExhibition

Abstract

Phygital Drawing results from a five year residency with the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford, based at an iron age archaeological excavation site, Moel y Gaer, north Wales. An interdisciplinary research exchange emerged between fields of contemporary drawing practice, archaeology and significantly an interplay with digital archaeological spatial technologies.

The exhibited work (sister piece to Phygital Palimpsest, 2018, prize winner at The Lumen Prize 2019, global award for art and technology) was selected through peer review for an international exhibition and conference displayed at the Ruskin Museum, Lancaster University, part of 'drawing conversations 3' conference. The work was selected through peer review from a national selection to be part of the accompanying group exhibition.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLancaster University
PublisherAbsolute Digital, UK
EditionUnknown
SizeTBC
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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