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discovering what’s on our doorstep – a ‘guidebook’

‘Discovering what’s on our Doorstep’ 

Celebrating ‘the local’ in an imaginative, poetic and functional ‘guide book’, this limited edition publication (ISBN 978-0-9544187-7-9) combines images and texts from Caravanserai activities with local anecdotes and information. A pdf version of the  ‘guidebook’ with links to all the contributors is available here

thanks to: RANE (Research into Arts Nature & the Environment), University College Falmouth and  Treloan

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insites – a notebook

A limited edition (1500) artists’ book by Annie Lovejoy and geographer Dr Harriet Hawkins (University of Exeter) produced for the Royal Geographical Society & Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference 2009.

insites-a notebook

Developed during a residency within the Caravanserai project at Treloan in Cornwall, the notebook attempts to make visible the processes of responsive arts practice, weaving together the meshwork of relations that arise from ‘being’ in a place. The book is an active object of enquiry, it is both aesthetic and functional – its blank pages offering space for input in recogniton of the evolving nature of the practice upon which it reflects. (more contextual notes are online here)

The research for and production of insites was supported by:
Arts and Humanities Research Council,
Cultural Historical Geography Research Group, School of Geography, University of Exeter,
Social- Cultural Geography Research Group, RGS- IBG,
RANE, University Collage Falmouth

Pdf downloads:

insites overview

insites A

insites B

report_on_insites by Dr Harriet Hawkins (Creative Industries research project)

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