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Vikings and Runes

Originally posted on Tracey M Benson:
The other day I went and had my portrait taken at Mink Viking Portrait Studio in downtown Reykjavik, owned by Gudmann. It was one of the few tourist activities I have indulged in while doing…

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The Johanna TG326 #TheClippertonProject

Photo: Naomi J Falk (naomijfalk.com)

This post is a dedication to the lovely Johanna TG326, our main mode of transport when we were in the Faroe Islands on a residency with The Clipperton Project. History Johanna was built in Rye, Sussex in the South of

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The Snæfellsnes and journey to the centre of the earth #SIMResidency

Yesterday was an amazing day as I set off with some of the artists from the SIM Residency on a road trip to the Snæfellsnes peninsula, north-west of Reykjavik. Our first stop was the historic town of Borgarnes, where we

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Finding bearings in Reykjavik #SIMResidency

Originally posted on Tracey M Benson:
The past few days have been much of a blur since finishing the residency with The Clipperton Project. I arrived in Reykjavik to enjoy a few days as a tourist before starting my residency…

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Making the mark: site, place, identity #TheClippertonProject

Originally posted on Tracey M Benson:
This post is going to be a little bit like a ball of Faroese wool that I managed to knot up while I was aboard the Johanna TG 326 with the The Clipperton Project.…

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More traces in the landscape #TheClippertonProject

Originally posted on Tracey M Benson:
Here are the last couple of days worth of Rune drawings from Fuglafjørður, Klaksvik and Mikladalur. I am finding this project to be a lot of fun so far, as I seek out interesting…

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Leaving traces in the landscape #TheClippertonProject

Originally posted on Tracey M Benson:
Yesterday we were back in Tórshavn after travelling from Sandur in Sandoy. It was great to be back – we went and had a delicious coffee at @Brell, checked out the book shop and…

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