Table of Contents: 1. Introduction Ian Alden Russell; Andrew Cochrane.- Part I. Exploration and Experimentation.- 2. Colin Renfrew: A conversation.- 3. The cave and the mind: Towards a sculptural and experimental approach to Upper Palaeolithic art Andrew Meirion Jones, University of Southampton.- 4. Joining Forces: Neuroaesthetics, contemporary visual art and archaeological interpretation of the past Liliana Janick, University of Cambridge.- 5. Interface I: Day of the Figurines IRAC.- Part II. Curation and Exhibition.- 6. Art and Archaeology: The Ábhar agus Meon exhibition series Ian Alden Russell, Brown University.- 7. Art and Kilmainham Gaol: Negotiating art's critical intervention in the heritage site, Pat Cooke, University College Dublin.- 8. Another proof of the preceding theory: Film, materialities and Stonehenge Helen Wickstead, Kingston University, London.- 9. Interface II: Home: An installation for living in Christine Finn, Independent Scholar.- Part III. Application and Exchange.- 10. Dust and debit age: An archaeology of Francis Bacon's studio Blaze O'Connor, University College Dublin.- 11. Creating contexts: Between the archaeological site and art gallery Antonia Thomas, University of the Highlands and Islands.- 12. Artists connecting archaeologists: Encountering the third kind Michaël Jasmin, Artist and Independent Scholar.- 13. Interface III: Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae Alice Watterson, Glasgow School of the Arts Kieran Baxter, University of Dundee Aaron Watson, www.monumental.uk.com.- Part IV. Archaeology after Art.- 14. Pearson Shanks - theatre/archaeology - return and prospect Mike Pearson, Aberystwyth University Michael Shanks, Stanford University.- 15. Art // Archaeology // Art: Letting-go beyond Doug Bailey, San Francisco State University.
Explores new collaborations between artists and archaeologists
Brings together leading international thinkers and practitioners in the field of archaeology
Encourages the creative interplay of various approaches to art and archaeology