Deep Mapping in Cardigan Bay


Wednesday 22 November 2017, 5.15PM

Speaker(s): Erin Kavanagh

This seminar presents two short films from an ongoing project which seeks to deep map aspects of Cardigan Bay’s heritage. It engages academics and amateurs, locals and visitors to collectively represent the land and seascape through a multidisciplinary platform. With myth and geoscience, art and literature, there is something for everyone – with no lack of challenges to discuss along with way. 


Erin Kavanagh is a creative archaeologist based in West Wales. Her research in inherently cross/multi/inter/transdisciplinary, encompassing geomythology, art’chaeology, theory, poetry as method and site-specific performance, with a particular focus upon submerged landscapes. 


Location: The Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre (K/133), King's Manor

Admission: This is part of the York Seminar series and is free to attend and open to all.