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  • The Active Ruins of Mesopotamia (Iraq) 

    Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-10)
    First civilization (Mesopotamia), now as a ruins. The region between the two rivers. The region came to be known as Iraq. Largely corresponding to modern Iraq, now as a ruins as a result of US and UK occupation.
  • Alessandro Petti on The Book of Returns 

    University of Exeter (2010-11-12)
  • Book of Returns (Copy 2/3) 

    Hilal, Sandi; Petti, Alessandro (2010-11-08)
  • Book of Returns image gallery 

    Petti, Alessandro; Hilal, Sandi (2010-11-12)
  • Bulletin 

    Hurcombe, Linda (2010-11-10)
    Rubber bullet from Northern Ireland loaned by Martin Bell; Typha species from Laver pond, University of Exeter Campus. Linda grew up listening to news items on the ‘troubles’ in Northern Ireland and had heard of rubber ...
  • Café Scientifique flyer 

    University of Exeter (2010-11-10)
  • Captions for Reconstructing Cartographies postcards 

    Webster, Catrin; McMullen, Shauna (2010-11-11)
  • Catch 

    Hurcombe, Linda (2010-11-10)
    Spent bullets from Kotha Kas, Pabbi Hills, Pakistan, collected by Linda Hurcombe and Robin Dennell; nettle (Urtica dioica) fibres from University of Exeter campus. During fieldwork collecting fossils from eroding slopes ...
  • De-Placement: Constructing and Mapping Place in Collaboration with Artists 

    Isayev, Elena (2010-11-10)
    Extension of the formal report using images to present a more visual exploration of project findings.
  • De-placing Future Memory Project group photo 

    University of Exeter (2010-11-10)
  • Decolonizing Architecture 

    Hilal, Sandi; Petti, Alessandro (2010-11-08)
    Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal and Eyal Weizman founded an architectural collective in Bethlehem. Decolonizing Architecture is a master plan that explores the problems and potentiality associated with the reuse of Israeli ...
  • Decolonizing Architecture PowerPoint Presentation 

    Petti, Alessandro; Hilal, Sandi (2010-11-10)
    Decolonizing Architecture deals with a fundamental question: how Israeli colonies and military bases – the architecture of Israel’s colonization – could be reused, recycled or re-inhabited by Palestinians, at the moment ...
  • Deep in discussion 

    University of Exeter (2010-11-12)
  • A Drawing in Time: Aberystwyth June 2009; A Drawing in Time, time frame - 2 hrs 10 min Aberystwyth 2009 

    Webster, Catrin (2010-11-08)
    Intimate Distance: A Drawing in Time. Postcards create a different dynamic from conventional landscape painting and photography. Although the photographic image on the card is a ‘window’ view of a place; which we see via ...
  • Encasing 

    Hurcombe, Linda; Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-08)
    Grenade case from Bosnia loaned by Martin Bell; soft field rush (Juncus effusis) from University of Exeter campus. The strong lines of the protective plastic casing suggested basketry. The plant chosen grows in wet places ...
  • End of Performance, Opera, Music Scholars 

    University of Exeter (2010-11-12)
  • Exhibition Opening photo collection 

    University of Exeter (2010-11-12)
  • Final Report 

    Isayev, Elena (2010-11-10)
    De-placing Future Memory Project final report.
  • Florence Baptistery 

    Shenfield, Larry (2010-11-08)
    Larry Shenfield’s passion for art and history was fuelled when he was a young man serving in Italy during the war, it was then that he sent this post card home. He had been chief translator to the Head of Allied Control ...
  • For Shaker Hassain al-Said 

    Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-08)