Photos of visual artworks

As part of the artistic process, Sue and Sally invited the project participants to give them waste or ‘spoils’ generated by their work or activity.  We used the language and spoken word taken from our research conversations with each person to create works. This collection of ‘waste’ objects intimately connects people and place, hand and foot, and contributes to the layer of contemporary archaeology and the ‘Anthropocene’ era.

These artworks, along with other visual and aural work, produce a very particular ‘spatial mapping’ of the Lulworth to Charmouth seaboard, actively entangling the vast geological and cosmic scales with personal timelines and distinctive lived activity.