Artworks Installed in Department

 

Triangulation – panels 1 and 2

All of the photographic artworks have now been installed in the Archaeology Department.

Triangulation – panel 3

The triptych Triangulation is in position over three floors from the entrance lobby up the main stairs to the first and second floors. The triptych represents the process of archaeology from fieldwork to dissemination of knowledge in a 1.4m wide ‘archaeological section’. As with a section through stratigraphic deposits, the older layers are at the bottom and represent the earliest activities in creating archaeological narratives – survey, excavation, etc.

Sorting Seeds, Bioarchaeology Lab

The prints are in the labs the images relate to. These are the Robert Kiln Landscape Lab, Materials Sciences lab, Bioarchaeology lab and the joint Osteological/Zooarchaeological lab. All apart from the landscape artwork were taken in the labs they are now embedded in. The landscape artwork was created from images taken on a field course in Snowdonia.

Analysing Pot Sherds, Material Sciences Lab

Taping Landscapes, Robert Kiln Landscapes Lab

 

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About Bill Bevan

Bill Bevan is an archaeologist, writer, photographer and heritage interpreter.
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