Category Archives: Elizabeth Masterton

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Archaeologists in Residence

Walking Papa Westray, Antonia Thomas and Daniel Lee, 2013 Came across this site today, two archaeologists-in-residence at the Papay Gyro Nights festival in the Orkneys organised by Land Art Papa Westray. View the full paper: http://archaeologistsinresidence.wordpress.com/ Land Art Papa Westray

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Archaeologists in Residence

Walking Papa Westray, Antonia Thomas and Daniel Lee, 2013 Came across this site today, two archaeologists-in-residence at the Papay Gyro Nights festival in the Orkneys organised by Land Art Papa Westray. View the full paper: http://archaeologistsinresidence.wordpress.com/ Land Art Papa Westray

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RAF Drytree building identification project

Elizabeth Masterton has been working with researcher Benjamin Oldcorn to unravel the mysteries of some of the derelict buildings on the RAF Drytree site. The RAF Dry Tree/Goonhilly NNR Building Identification Project report was commissioned by Natural England to form

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RAF Drytree building identification project

Elizabeth Masterton has been working with researcher Benjamin Oldcorn to unravel the mysteries of some of the derelict buildings on the RAF Drytree site. The RAF Dry Tree/Goonhilly NNR Building Identification Project report was commissioned by Natural England to form

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The17 perform ‘RECEIVE/TRANSMIT’

———- The17 are: Jonny Ambrose Caitlin Desilvey Sara Gadd Christine Haven Caroline Healy Jessie Higginson Lisa Lucas Elizabeth Masterton Eric Masterton Hannah Maughan-Robb Carol Patten Lizzie Ridout Bryony Rogerson Andy Rossiter Katherine Smith Adam Stringer Mike Westley Thanks to you

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The17 perform ‘RECEIVE/TRANSMIT’

———- The17 are: Jonny Ambrose Caitlin Desilvey Sara Gadd Christine Haven Caroline Healy Jessie Higginson Lisa Lucas Elizabeth Masterton Eric Masterton Hannah Maughan-Robb Carol Patten Lizzie Ridout Bryony Rogerson Andy Rossiter Katherine Smith Adam Stringer Mike Westley Thanks to you

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THE SEAT OF CYCLOPS

New work presented last weekend at HAPPIDROME; this time WITH sound. The images below show a glimpse of how the projection interacted with the fabric of the building, a little window on dilapidation. They remind me of prints that I

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THE SEAT OF CYCLOPS

New work presented last weekend at HAPPIDROME; this time WITH sound. The images below show a glimpse of how the projection interacted with the fabric of the building, a little window on dilapidation. They remind me of prints that I

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New work presented at HAPPIDROME this weekend. It looked great projected on the wall of the bunker. View the Powerpoint here

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New work presented at HAPPIDROME this weekend. It looked great projected on the wall of the bunker. View the Powerpoint here

Bunker building at the Barbican

Polish artist Robert Kusmirowski is building a replica WW2 bunker in the Barbican….Here’s the slightly breathless blurb from the Barbican website! “See The Curve transformed into a World War Two-era bunker! For his first UK solo show, Polish artist Robert

Bunker building at the Barbican

Polish artist Robert Kusmirowski is building a replica WW2 bunker in the Barbican….Here’s the slightly breathless blurb from the Barbican website! “See The Curve transformed into a World War Two-era bunker! For his first UK solo show, Polish artist Robert

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Forgotten Memory

This is the memory of the first commercial computer, UNIVAC 1. The following is taken from the IEEE Spectrum blog http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/core-memories “…J. Presper Eckert, co-­inventor of the UNIVAC, and four other members of the Institute of Radio Engineers wrote in

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Forgotten Memory

This is the memory of the first commercial computer, UNIVAC 1. The following is taken from the IEEE Spectrum blog http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/core-memories “…J. Presper Eckert, co-­inventor of the UNIVAC, and four other members of the Institute of Radio Engineers wrote in