Interior archaeologies

Belinda Mitchell, Trish Bould

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Abstract

Interior Archaeologies is an artwork that materialises a discourse around an exhibit, The Value of Things, which was part of a wider exhibition that took place in the, City Space Gallery, Winchester, UK, July 2011. The work was used as a starting point for an archaeologist, interior designer, and visual artist to have a conversation of, express their disciplinary views and to make drawings with. The discourse attributed value to inter-disciplinary exchange and recognized variations in the way we perceive, look and read things. The materialisation of the discourse took the form of a series of photographs that were represented on glass and built on an going discussion into the language of drawing and methodologies for representing the interior. The reworking, re-writing, the representation of the images, in different contexts, and the new narratives that this brings is part of its on going development.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2012
EventAn Interior Affair: A State of Becoming - Form Gallery, Perth
Duration: 1 Sep 20121 Oct 2012

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  • Making conversation

    Bould, T. & Mitchell, B., Aug 2014

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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