Frances Law is an artist who focuses on place, place-making and belonging. Challenging the territory occupied by the traditional narratives that have shaped mainstream archaeology, Frances’ most recent community engaged visual art project has enabled an inter-generational group from Coupar Angus to re-tell their own stories through the archaeological process of classification and identification. Using objects retrieved from the Coupar Burn as catalysts for this discourse the invaluable voice of local experience is celebrated as community expertise.
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