H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white (79 plates in colour)
Published Feb 2019
This volume – which has come about through a collaborative venture between Dragos Gheorghiu (archaeologist and professional visual artist) and Theodor Barth (anthropologist) – aims at expanding the field of archaeological research with an anthropological understanding of practices that include artistic methods.
Contents; Introduction: Exposition and Transposition. Seeking an Ontologic Sensoriality in Contingencies – by Theodor Barth; Convergences: Archaeology and Art – by Giulio Calegari; Art as Entangled Material Practices. The Case of Late Iron Age Scandinavian Gold Foil Figures in the Making – by Ing-Marie Back Danielsson; The Mediality of Rock and Metal. Exploring Formal Analyses of Rock Art through Graffiti – by Fredrik Fahlander; The Diverse Sense of Frontality of Prehistoric Pottery: At the Time of Production, Deposition, and Publication/Exhibition – by Makoto Tomii; Art or Creativity? From Archaeological Photo-Ethnography to Art: Approaches to Two Contemporary Sites – by José Ant. Marmol Martinez; Heidegger at Work. An Archaeological Employment of a Theory of Truth in Art – by Ylva Sjostrand; Art and Thought – by Marcel Otte and Hans Lemmen; Experimenting the Art of Origins: Animating Images by Blowing Colours and Sounds – by Dragoş Gheorghiu; ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ Art, Archaeology and Forensic Anthropology – by Theodor Barth and Ane Thon Knutsen; Epigraphy in the Landscape: Intersections with Contemporary Ink Painting and Land Art – by Lia Wei; Magnetic Boulders. Unfolding Stone with Gestures and Light – by Geir Harald Samuelsen; PORØS: A Model of Resistance as Material Communication – by Neil Forrest and Theodor Barth; Virtual Art in Teaching and Learning Archaeology: An Intermedia to Augment the Content of Virtual Spaces and the Quality of Immersion – by Dragos Gheorghiu and Livia Stefan