Working with Ginkgo Projects and multi-media artist Sleepdogs, they created ‘Stonehenge 3019’. A journey through time combining the known history of Stonehenge and an imagined future.
This project was about connecting people with their local heritage and exploring one of the most famous World Heritage Sites, Stonehenge.
We began by creating a timeline of the last 5,000 years at Stonehenge, exploring strange and curious historical theories. By teaming up with English Heritage Stonehenge experts, we were given special access to the stone circle, and with the help of Sleepdogs, we took film and sound recordings of stones and the surrounding landscape.
Over the next few weeks, we developed our creative writing skills, made digital music and voice-overs, and shot some additional film. We also tried out Salisbury Museum’s ‘Climb a Monolith’ outdoor climbing activity.