Second Sight/Site: the landscape as a context for second sight and prophesy.
Place-led methodologies of research reveal and inform our understandings of theories and practices.
Participants in the Second Sight and Prophesy Conference at the University of Aberdeen 14-16 June 2013 were invited to join a group of artists to explore land use, memory, topography, geology, nemetons, the Goodman’s Croft, sacred wells, stone monuments of various periods and other landscape features in preparation for the conference.
Artists included Arthur Watson, Norman Shaw, David Blyth, Nicky Moss, Kyle Noble with Chris Fremantle.
The tour took place on Friday 14th June 2013 leaving Kings College, Old Aberdeen at 9am and returning at nearly 6pm.
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