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Through a joining together of history, theory and art practice the intention of the project De-Placing Future Memory was to make explicit the constructed nature of place and the mechanisms that create it, illuminating the situation in the past and also that which looks to the future. Drawing on the work and insight of artists this initiative was conducted through a number of exploratory approaches over a twelve month period in 2008-9, with 30 key participants from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds of whom 10 were art and music practitioners.


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  • Book of Returns image gallery 

    Petti, Alessandro; Hilal, Sandi (2010-11-12)
  • Podcast of Dan Rycroft and Paul Young in discussion 

    Rycroft, Dan; Young, Paul (2010-11-12)
    <p>A discussion of music involving Dan Rycroft of the University of East Anglia and Paul Young of the University of Exeter.</p>
  • Reconstructing Cartographies photo collection 

    University of Exeter (2010-11-12)
  • Captions for Reconstructing Cartographies postcards 

    Webster, Catrin; McMullen, Shauna (2010-11-11)
  • The Name of the Flower Video 

    Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-11)
    Video of The Name of the Flower, a 100-leaf Art Book in mixed media.
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • Remember Me: Music and Score 

    Lee, Jonathan (2010-11-10)
    The first performance of the composition took place on 25 September 2009 during the De-Placing Future Memory second Workshop, at the Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, the University of Exeter. The conductor was ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Limb Swastika with Red Yucca 

    Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-10)
    Metal fragments from the metal detecting collection in the University of Exeter Department of Archaeology teaching collection; red cactus pieces from outside the Laver building, University of Exeter Campus. Many of the ...
  • Red Swastika 

    Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-10)
    Paper casing of anti-riot CS gas from the 1968 riots at the Democratic Convention, Chicago, loaned by Martin Bell; red and green cacti pieces from outside the Laver building, University of Exeter Campus. Hanaa was struck ...
  • Untitled 

    Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-10)
    Metal casing from 1973 Arab-Israeli conflict, Golan Heights; paper shot casing from Rhodesia/Zimbabwe,1972, above objects loaned by Martin Bell; gold covered Islamic block stamp; roll of charred cloth; animal bone fragments ...
  • Untitled 

    Malallah, Hanaa (2010-11-10)
    Roll of charred cloth and metal casing from anti-riot CS gas, 1968 Democratic Convention, Chicago, the latter loaned by Martin Bell. The piece uses Hanaa’s ‘ruins technique’.
  • Found Images: Betws-y-coed front and back 

    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 ...
  • Found Images Postcard: Llyn Peris front and back 

    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 ...
  • Found Image - From Postcard of Devil’s Bridge c. 1900; A Drawing in Time: Devil’s Bridge, June 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Piano Project 

    Wood, Marion; Salim, Rashad (2010-11-08)
    This project aims to de-place the obsolete by literal deconstruction of cultural constraint; not to supplant with new confined preparedness but re-place with open potential. Liberated of mechanical interface and clean the ...

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