By gathering information through research and production processes, Cultural Documents is creating an archive of knowledge and material which people can use to carry out their own explorations.
This archive is used by Cultural Documents as a resource from which contributors are commissioned to develop new texts and artworks which elaborate and help us understand transformation in our worlds.
Cultural Documents produces a wide range of events and resources which invite exchanges of ideas about what these facts and fictions mean to each of us, how social and environmental transformation occurs and how meaning is attributed.
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Cultural Documents was created in 2006 by Deirdre MacKenna and is in the process of applying for CIC status.
Join us at ancient Kilmartin, deep in the southern extremes of Lorne, when Alexander Maris will present some of the observations … more