[NetBehaviour] Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit.
info at furtherfield.org
Sat Aug 13 19:28:58 CEST 2011
Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit.
**FULL INFORMATION AND OPEN CALL TO COME SOON
The Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit presents an intense week-long series
of interventions, field trips, open workshops and evening discussions
led by international artists and researchers exploring the Suffolk
countryside through the interdisciplinary lens of psychogeophysics,
defined as the combining of psychogeographic techniques (methods of
wandering) with the study of geophysical traces (geophysical
archaeology, the revealing of place).
Open events within the week include practical workshops in building
simple geophysical measurement devices from recycled materials, the
construction of “ghost” detectors to be tested on the streets of Ipswich
and experiments within high voltage photography of rocks and minerals.
Fieldtrips will build on discussions and techniques established during
these workshops, undertaking studies at specific Suffolk locations of
interest (such as Rendlesham forest, Bawdsey Manor, Orford Ness); the
measurement and mapping of qualitative psychic, physical and geophysical
Sunday 28th August : Arrival and setup.
Monday 29th August : Visit to radar at Bawdsey Manor.
Tuesday 30th August : Rendlesham UFO Field Trip. Collect materials for
Kirlian Workshop. 4pm - 9pm Kirlian Geological Photography Workshop at CSV.
Wednesday 31st August : Languard Fort field Trip. 1pm – 6pm Ghost
Detectors Workshop at CSV.
Thursday 1st September : Grimes Graves & Devils Dyke Morning Field Trip.
Red Barn Murders, Green Children & Gallows Hill Afternoon Field Trip.
Friday 2nd September : Orford Ness Atomic Bomb Field Trip (tue to fri
open boats between 10 and 2 only).
Saturday 3rd September : Evening event at CSV.
Sunday 4th September : Take down and departure.
Graham Harwood, Eleonora Orreggia, Wilfried Hou je Bek, Stephen Fortune,
Suzzanne Treister, Mike Challis, Cad Taylor, Ryan Jordan, Andy Bolus,
Martin Howse, Kathrin Guenter, Jonathan Kemp, John Bowers, Mariko Ogawa,
Arts Council England & CSV Media Ipswich
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