Ponderings Upon Wandering As Release

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As an archaeological researcher, and landscape punk, I like to wander. Day or night; in sunshine, rain, howling wind, or driving snow, I find solace through walking. I’ve always enjoyed roaming. From an early age I used to traverse the council estate where I spent the first part of my …

Ponderings Upon Spectral Landscapes

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“I guess the modern ghost is a product of technology. On a psychological level, as soon as you get a moving image, its nearest analogy is a ghost or a phantom. Ghosts in the moving image have always been inextricably linked” Mark Leckey, in Wallis & Coustou 2019, 17 Special …

Dialects of The Hum

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I have been somewhat obsessed with pylons since I was a young child, especially after my dad told me about how they help to convey energy around the world. For a young, socially awkward girl, living alone with her dad, this was a revelation. I began having vivid dreams where …

Ponderings On The Persistence Of Place

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“To envision a future in which the chimney no longer stands but something of its substance and its story persists nonetheless – to understand change not as a loss but as a release into other states, unpredictable and open” (Desilvey 2017, 3). Do we need to retain the ‘original’ in …

Future Ghosts – Digital Stratigraphies

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The year is 2220, humans still exist as corporeal entities, not all have chosen, or can afford, to upload their consciousnesses fully to the network. Physical landscapes also persist, however, due to cataclysmic environmental change, these geological stratigraphies are now only accessed as points of reference. Archives, both geomorphological and …