Tag Archives: CyARK

Models of Mind at the Pier Arts Centre

It’s been a busy few weeks since I last posted and our Digital Dwelling film has taken off in a way we really didn’t expect, which is very exciting! In the photo above I’m holding a book we’ve had printed up to accompany the film which is being shown at the Pier Arts Centre in […]

Online Exhibition: Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae

(For HD viewing you can click to the Vimeo website) The Project Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae is a collaborative project bringing together three visualisation specialists, each with very diverse methods and mediums of working. The project was initiated following a series of discussions between PhD researchers Alice Watterson and Kieran Baxter together with Dr […]

The Skara Brae Exhibition is Coming to Skara Brae!

Hello Orcadians! I’m very excited to announce that the Skara Brae exhibition is officially coming home to Skara Brae for the summer! In a few weeks time Kieran, Aaron and I will be taking to the road and returning to Orkney to set up our film and exhibition for a 6-8 week run in the […]

Scanning on the Edge of the World

Well, first of all my apologies for taking my time to fill you all in on the last week of scanning on St Kilda! By the second week the thought of carrying my laptop down to the Factors House to use the internet after heaving scanners up hills, over streams and through muddy, sheep infested […]

First Days on St Kilda

We left Glasgow on Friday on a tiny plane bound for Stornoway, and arrived in Leverburgh on Harris that evening. Angus had hoped to take us out on the boat that same night, but the weather had turned again so we had to wait until the following morning. After a night in the eclectic Bunkhouse […]

Planning for St Kilda

On Thursday I attended my second official St Kilda meeting to finalize the scanning team and equipment before voyaging out there this June/July to scan Village Bay. Although the primary focus of my research is the creation of archaeological reconstructions, understanding the interpretive processes governing the collection of data which in turn will inform the reconstruction are just as […]