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‘You are here: Modernism, the site, and the 20th century imagination’ seminar June 2008

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A gathering of researchers and investigators concerned with the 20th Century site. Geographers, artists, archaeologists and anthropologists shared experience and discussed methodologies. Presentations on site investigations- from Red Road in Glasgow to…


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A gathering of researchers and investigators concerned with the 20th Century site. Geographers, artists, archaeologists and anthropologists shared experience and discussed methodologies. Presentations on site investigations- from Red Road in Glasgow to Okinawa- discussed video editing software as a geographic tool, sound as a key to memory and politics, the portrayal of geography and simulation through mirroring, and other topics.

Contributors: Gair Dunlop artist/researcher, Duncan of Jordanstone
Reality, the simulator, and nostalgia.: from Vulcan to Jaguar

Rupert Cox anthropologist, University of Manchester
Military aircraft noise and the soundscapes of memory in Okinawa, Japan

Steve Rowell associate director, the Center for Land Use Interpretation
Ground Truthing, Signals, and Noise: Current Solo and Collaborative Fieldwork

John Schofield head of military programmes, English Heritage
Heritage, Art, Landscape and the Site: Some Archaeological Perspectives

Louise K Wilson artist/researcher, Huddersfield University
Sonic landscapes and technological memory
Angus Boulton artist/researcher
Two films many airfields: 08/26 (31 min) and 04/22 (22min)

David Faithfull artist/researcher, Duncan of Jordanstone
The Torness Tornado incident

Jane Jacobs professor of Cultural Geography, Edinburgh University
Red Road; visual record, imagination, and site

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