Ecologies of the digital synanthrope: selkie wives and buffalo stones

@inproceedings{Minkin2018EcologiesOT,
  title={Ecologies of the digital synanthrope: selkie wives and buffalo stones},
  author={Louisa Minkin},
  year={2018}
}
This paper considers questions raised as an artist working alongside archaeologists on the Making a Mark project. This project looked again at the decorated and portable objects of the British Neolithic. The shifting relationships of field walking and narration as practices produced a set of encounters with things and sites, with their digital counterparts and technical images. Data capture produced new objects: things we compiled, fabricated, rigged and assembled. Bundles, pelts, skins and… CONTINUE READING