• Lewis Healy

Archaeologists are fascinated by the relics they encounter as it allows for a re-discovery of human’s past activity. Fieldwalk traces a route along a stretch of Christchurch headland, from a semi-derelict caravan site, to the Hengistbury Head nature reserve. The Hengistbury headland is home to a number of excavated sites, where archaeologists have found remnants of objects dating back to the bronze age. Close to the headlands boundaries, the caravan site sits littered with our very own 21st century relics. Linking the old and the new, Fieldwalk employs a series of archeological filmmaking methods to capture audio-visual fragments and encourages the viewer to look at the overlooked and explore our own relationship with our everyday surroundings.