Tag Archives: Papa Westray

Depressive Cop 16mm film shot on Papay released

Depressive Cop (2016) by French film maker Bertrand Mandico has been released. A drepressed cop (played by Sergie Ivanov) attempts to investigate the case of a young girl, who’s distraught mother blames islanders for her disappearance. The girl reappears and … Continue reading

Posted in Collaborations, Contemporary Archaeology, Experimental Practice, Mapping and Walking, Papa Westray, Papay Gyro Nights | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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;  … Continue reading

Posted in Art and Archaeology, Contemporary Archaeology, Experimental Practice, Performance, Publication, Tonje Birkeland | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Gathering all the fragments, encircling the island: walk around Papay in 3:52

Circular walk around Papay, Saturday 7th February 2015 in 3 hours 52 mins (08:07 – 11:59) encircling Papay Gyro Nights 2015 festival. Place references: Tredwell (PGN Studio) and Aalsker (scene of Depressive Cop party filming).

Posted in Experimental Practice, GPS Drawings, Mapping and Walking, Papa Westray, Papay Gyro Nights | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Circular walks: some recent experimental GPS tracks

Peedie Sea, Model Boating Lake, Kirkwall, Orkney (14/11/14). Circular walks using two GPS receivers. The Peedie Sea (or Peerie Sea, meaning small sea) symbolises the growth of Kirkwall; from a merchant shipping town where the inlet serviced numerous piers and … Continue reading

Posted in Collaborations, Contemporary Archaeology, Experimental Practice, GPS Drawings, Ivanov+Chan, Mapping and Walking, Orkney, Orkney walks, Papa Westray, Performance, Stromness walks | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A present from Orkney (Part 1)

  Orkney’s charity shops are treasure troves. Particular favourites are local souvenirs from the 1960s and 1970s: plates, bowls and trinkets advertising holiday destinations in Orkney, referencing a time when ‘staycationing’ was still the norm.     Many of the … Continue reading

Posted in Art and Archaeology, Contemporary Archaeology, Materiality, Memorabilia, Photography, Souvenirs, Tourism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment