Walking (in)visible lines: archaeologies in between – published in Flettverk #2 SCENE

We are pleased to have our article ‘Walking (in)visible lines: archaeologies in between’ published last month in a Norwegian art magazine FLETTVERK (translates as ‘product created by braiding or interlacing of different parts’). The theme for issue #2 is SCENE;  fitting for our narrative article based on collaborations between Dan Lee, Antonia Thomas and Tonje Birkeland (pictured above on the cover) over a couple of years in Orkney.

More info on the magazine website: http://tidsskriftet-flettverk.no/INNHOLD.html

Download our article here: lee-thomas-2015-walking-in-visible-lines-flettverk-2.pdf

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2 Responses to Walking (in)visible lines: archaeologies in between – published in Flettverk #2 SCENE

  1. Pingback: The Characters – Artist book by Tonje Boe Birkeland is launched | Archaeologists in Residence

  2. mre1959 says:

    Liked the paper very much. Nice one…

    Mark

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