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  • Metamedia: Documents: Directory
    media and their archaeological materialities ThreeLandscapesProject 2001 This is the administrative home page for one of our web sites please click here to go to the main Metamedia home page and menu This site is constantly changing and growing so

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    0 Brith Gof Michael Shanks Archaeography Michael Shanks archaeologist Michael Shanks Chorography Michael Shanks classes Michael Shanks site 2006 Michael Shanks Traumwerk The Archaeological Imagination The Digital Researcher Back to

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  • Michael Shanks: The Three Landscapes Project
    at Stanford University Humanities Center 2000 Clifford McLucas the artist Dorian Llywelyn the theologian Michael Shanks the archaeologist Sites the volume Monte Polizzo an archaeological site in Sicily the surface Hafod an eighteenth century estate in Wales the line The San Andreas Fault of California Works Original research into the three sites Three performed lectures A large graphic work a map on a wall An artist s journal a book in a room Three essays on Hafod place and identity Twenty five taped discussions with guests A report on the project in the form of a visual primer sadly delayed by the death of Cliff McLucas A software project collaborative deep mapping this has evolved into Traumwerk Aims To investigate ways of dealing with landscape in what the concept has come to stand for in its permutations in various media painting photography poetry performance in its disciplinary field of landscape studies incorporating historical and cultural geography art history archaeology in its association with contemporary notions of place and identity in its implied cultural politics In working across different fields and media to generate a creative short circuit between the artist s studio and the academy To pursue the critique of

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  • Michael Shanks: Home
    Roman borders of the north of England and Scotland exploring Hadrian s Wall the great medieval city of Newcastle upon Tyne then north through the heartland of Celtic Christianity and the landscapes of Walter Scott I have also specialized in studying the first Greek cities in the Mediterranean ten years and more looking through the lens of ceramics and urban design as well as early farming societies and their monuments in Wessex and Sweden new models and stories of early agriculture the first cities and empires long term social and cultural trends and how making things is at the heart of the human condition Archaeology design research Pragmatogony the geneaology of things where things come from These are two topics that fascinate me Because making and using things makes us who we are This fascination lies behind my research into ancient Greek perfume jars as well as archaeologies of the contemporary past beer cans and cars Practice based research my contribution to our d school The Hasso Plattner Institute of Design and The Revs Program at Stanford brings archaeological perspectives to bear on innovative industrial design and on creativity in general where the best of design studios is a kind of museum a home of the creative Muses My own lab or studio at Stanford is called Metamedia Understanding creativity and innovation I have also always adored the company of artists my wife Helen works in ceramics see some of her fabulous work here link I have had the privilege of working with some wonderful talents notably Mike Pearson who founded Brith Gof Lynn Hershman Leeson and the members of the Presence Project I think that the Arts and Humanities can be a fascinating research laboratory helping us think freshly about how we have got to be where we are

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  • Michael Shanks: Help
    first time visitor the page Using this Forum will provide you with a good overview of how this Forum is organized what you can do with it and guide you through some of the basics For help on editing pages see Editing Hints For some suggestions on how to structure information and discussions within your Forum see Organizing your Forum For more in depth information about ProjectForum including the full

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  • Michael Shanks: Contact
    Classes archive MORE Find Pages Please feel free to contact me directly please do also note that like many colleagues I get a lot of email and phone calls and can t guarantee I will get back to you quickly or even at all I will do my best Thanks for understanding Phone 1 650 996 8763 email mshanks stanford edu My lab Metamedia Stanford Archaeology Center Building 500 Mailing

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  • Michael Shanks: Metamedia
    with a tighter focus on substantive archaeological research connected with matters of common human concern such as regional development in the post industrial west local identity and long term social and political trends the lab in 2006 shift to zoom in control to zoom out mouse to pan and tilt The lab began for me as a fascination with media how archaeologists of necessity translate the material remains of the past into text image map diagram 3D visualization I started my archaeological career as photographer and draftsman My book Experiencing the Past 1991 took up the challenge to experiment with such archaeological mediation of the past in the present and led directly to a long running dialogue and collaboration with the theater company Brith Gof around the documentation of performance We developed hybrid genres of theatre archaeology the rearticulation of fragments of the past as real time event and deep mapping the stratigraphies of temporal topography Stanford brought an introduction to the latest of digital technology and the lab was formally created to be a focus for the cross fertilization of social and participatory software and content management systems with archaeological themes of memory fragment and document By 2005 Metamedia became tightly associated with Stanford Humanities Lab sharing resources and many thematic interests Metamedia combines archaeology and media with an archaeological and long term focus on how people get on with things with media works treated as modes of engagement between people and things Media as artifacts and prostheses as well as systems to convey meaning we emphasize the materialities of mediation at the heart of design the way for example the steel was burnished the clay was turned how the vessel connects makers and materials users and contents in genealogies of containment portage representation Metamedia is a hybrid of

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