Beyond Cultural Landscapes - Sustained Archival Documentation as contemporary Arts Practice: Creating a Resource for Further Research and New Initiatives in the use of Digital and Archival Content. Cultural Landscapes; Position Paper and presentation

Jane Whitaker, Sofaer Hannah, Michael Wilson

Research output: Working paper

Abstract

The paper discusses how sculptural installations can open up new conceptual physical ground through unlocking archive materials, using technical innovation vital to diverse access to culture and landscape conservation.The role of digital technology: creating a threshold to the wider Portland Quarries Nature Park ; arts and science residencies; multi-disciplinary activities and collaborations; establishing an arrival point as a curatorial space to Tout Quarry Sculpture Park & Nature Reserve and the wider Quarry Park. We describe the Living-Land Archive within regeneration initiatives for geo-tourism within UNESCO Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and South West Coast-Path Culture / Nature Routes.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-7
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 14 Sep 2017

Keywords

  • Interdisciplinary Research,
  • Collaborative Custodianship,
  • Culture and Climate change
  • cultural landscapes
  • anthropocene

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