'Unearthed' - art in archaeology and anthropology.

'Unearthed' is an exhibition exploring the intersection between art, archaeology and anthropology through works created by students and academics from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, and the College of Asia and the Pacific. ‘Unearthed’ examines the role that imagery in its myriad forms plays in archaeology and anthropology: in terms of how those researchers present, analyse and record their findings, how they interpret others’ findings and data, and how imagery shapes their understanding of the past. This imagery takes the form of mapping, illustrating, photographing and modelling. In this exhibition, archaeology and anthropology students and academics represent examples of these through their own artworks.

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