Activities per year
YAARP undertakes experimental and creative investigations into landscape visualisation and interpretation by developing and employing a range of creative techniques and equipment - including GPS/GIS, mapping, geophysical survey, ambulatory practice, photography, video, drawing, painting and archival research, in combination with phenomenological and psychogeographic approaches to landscape. The project aims to develop creative and collaborative ways to experience, record and interpret Yesnaby, and its human history. This aims to develop our understanding and public awareness of this important but comparatively unknown archaeological resource within Orkney, and additionally to provide members of the wider project team with new skills and tactics to interpret and visualise landscape and cultural heritage.
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James Moore (Member) & Rik Hammond (Member)17 May 2016
Activity: Other › Types of Public engagement and outreach - Public lecture/debate/seminar
James Moore (Speaker) & Rik Hammond (Speaker)3 Sep 2015
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
- 1 Article
Moore, J. & Hammond, R., 2018, In: Orkney Archaeology Review. 3, p. 90-95 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article