Leah Acheson Roberts
How can contemporary sculpture be used to communicate archaeology in museums?
My doctoral research explores contemporary sculpture as a resource for communicating archaeology in museums. I examine how contemporary sculpture can - by representing concepts, themes, and materials not usually found in the museum environment - lead to an enhanced public experience of the record, practice and theory of archaeology.
Research Directory Records
- Foundation Diploma in Fine Art, Byam Shaw School of Art, 2007
- BA, Archaeology, UCL 2010
- MA, Public Archaeology, UCL 2011
Acheson Roberts, L., 2013. The Role of Sculpture in Communicating Archaeology in Museums. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 23(1):6, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/pia.425