Community Drawing, Măgura, Romania, 2010

In 2010 I visited Măgura in Teleormen County, Romania to deliver a workshop in two parts devised for the EU funded Măgura Past & Present archaeology project. The first stage of this workshop was to create a ‘community drawing’ using hand stencils (based on a practise that stretches back in time to the earliest cave art).

The second was to make three drawings plotting a graphic trajectory for Măgura: the first a picture of how the village might have looked 8,000 years ago (the date of the archaeological excavations), the second a representation of the present time, and the third an imagining of how Măgura might look 8,000 years from now.

Web Site: Măgura Past and Present