Papers

Luce Choules
Guide74: a mountain recording activity [Fieldwork Documents]
Conference – AC2016, University of Brighton session ‘Sensory orientations: transversal practices and dissemination within art and geography’, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London, UK. 30 August – 2 September 2016 – conference programme PDF (tbc). Session link

Luce Choules
Fieldwork In Practice: performance, survey, document [A Journey through Fieldwork]
Symposium and exhibition – The Alternative Document, hosted by the College of Arts, University of Lincoln, UK. Saturday 13 February 2016 – symposium description PDF
In addition, the symposium coincided with the opening of The Alternative Document exhibition at Project Space Plus, University of Lincoln (13 Feb – 11 Mar 2016). The performance paper Fieldwork In Practice has been accepted for a guest-edited volume of the journal Studies in Theatre and Performance with a proposed publication date of January 2019.

Luce Choules
Guide74: a mountain recording activity [Fieldwork Documents]
Symposium – STRATA: art and science collaborations in the anthropocene, co-hosted by Aberystwyth University and Aberystwyth Arts Centre in conjunction with the British Society for Geomorphology. 15 January 2016 – symposium programme link
Due to timings with the TSOEG symposium at Parasol unit in London, instead of delivering the performance for this paper, a poster presentation was submitted and included in the symposium.

Luce Choules
Fieldwork In Practice: shared geographies
Conference – Of the Earth, co-hosted by Land/Water and the Visual Arts, Plymouth University and WALK at Sunderland University in conjunction with the exhibition Walk On, Plymouth University, UK. 24 & 25 October 2014 – conference programme PDF

Luce Choules
Fieldwork In Practice: shared geographies
Conference – AC2014, Royal Holloway University of London session ‘Geoaesthetics: Art, Environment and Co-production’, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London, UK. 26-29 August 2014 – conference programme PDF

Luce Choules
Fieldwork In Practice: shared geographies
Symposium – 1 simposio Internacional Topographías de lo Invisible: estrategias crítica entre arte y geografía, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Universidad de Barcelona, Spain. 28 & 29 November 2013 – symposium programme PDF
In addition, this paper was published by Universidad de Barcelona Edicions in 2015 [ISBN 978-84-475-3953-6], Dir. Theresa Blanch, Facultat de Belles Arts.

Fieldwork In Practice
Abstract
‘In expeditions using geographical fieldwork, the making of images, observations and notes serve as aide-memoire to the events, situations and discussions happening as a result of research-led activities or adventurous travel. Artists are now re-imagining this traditional undertaking by producing fieldwork documents that reference or involve ephemeral works created in a field of artistic activity – whether performance, survey or artwork – creating fragments wholly conceived as legacy to events taking place. Drawing from examples in my own practice and the work and projects of other artists documenting ephemeral situations, the intention is to consider fieldwork not only as documentation method and distribution platform, but also itinerant artform.’ Keywords: fieldwork, artists, event, geography, data, artform, documentation. The paper contributes to upcoming publication Fieldwork In Practice.

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Images show: Topographías de lo Invisible: estrategias crítica entre arte y geografía, 2015