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The landscape as a context for second sight and prophesy.
Place-led methodologies of research reveal and inform our understandings of theories and practices.
Participants in theÂ Second Sight and Prophesy ConferenceÂ at the University of Aberdeen 14-16 June 2013 are invited to join a group of artists to explore land use, memory, topography, geology, nemetons, the Goodmanâ€™s Croft, sacred wells, stone monuments of various periods and other landscape features in preparation for the conference.
Artists includeÂ Arthur Watson,Â Norman Shaw,Â David Blyth, Nicky Moss, Kyle Noble withÂ Chris Fremantle.
The tour will take place onÂ Friday 14th June 2013 leaving Kings College, Old Aberdeen at 9am and returning 4.30pmÂ in time for the conference reception.
Cost Â£60 per person payable in advance. This covers bus tour and a soup lunch.
Deadline for booking
Wednesday 15th May 2013. Â EXTENDED DEADLINE to Monday 10 June 2013
For further information please contact Chris Fremantle on chris [at] fremantle [dot] org or on +44 (UK) 7714 203016
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It has been established byÂ Chris Fremantle, producer and research associate withÂ On The Edge Research,Â Grayâ€™s School of Art, The Robert Gordon University. Fremantle is a member of a number of international networks of artists, curators and others focused on art and ecology.
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