Category Archive: Landscape

Hybrid maps

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Life has been busy since we returned to Australia after our wonderful two months in Turkey, working on Geokult. Since we then we have spent a lot of time talking about how we… Continue reading

Oneiromancy

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Here is a series of images from a piece that we are currently working on as part of the Cultural Strangers project. It explores how our initial feelings of isolation, disorientation, confusion, and… Continue reading

Scalpland – poetic performance (1995-1996)

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Background This performance based work was initially presented as part of course work for Postgraduate Diploma at the University of Queensland, Department of Art History Visiting Scholar program in 1995. It was later… Continue reading

Museum of the future “Welcome to Oz” – archived project 1997

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The ‘Museum of the future’ was an investigation into collecting culture. The initial presentation comprised of a collection of exhibits celebrating the wonders of Oz and an audio tour. It was first presented… Continue reading

Ibrahimpaşa – the village off the Google Map

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We arrived at Ibrahimpaşa last night, the place where we will be doing our residency for the next month at the Babayan Culture House.   One of the things that I think is… Continue reading

Various concepts of the map

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We have been discussing the various ways of thinking about the map, as our separate understanding of mapping is quite different on a number of levels. Marty’s training as a cartographer provides a… Continue reading

Geokult wordle

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July 24 2011 July 9 2011 July 2 2011 So cool – I love wordle!

Hasan Dag and Catal Huyuk

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Mount Hasan (Turkish: Hasan Dağı) is an inactive stratovolcano in Aksaray province, Turkey. With an altitude of 3,253 m (10,672 ft.), it ranks as the second highest mountain of central Anatolia. A caldera 4-5… Continue reading

Cappadocia – Playing with Google My Maps

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I have just realised I can update the map on the blog via Google My Maps, which means we can annotate the map and add references. The post about the Seven Churches of… Continue reading

Land of beautiful horses

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One of the most interesting features of the region of Cappadocia is the diversity of surreal rock formations created from volcanic activity over many millions of years. The following text is an edited… Continue reading