Following last year's successful residency on the Ness of Brodgar archaeological excavations in Orkney, this has now become a long term project in collaboration with the Ness of Brodgar Trust, beginning in mid July 2017. There will be an open studio on site where visitors can see work in progress and a series of Artist talks. An exhibition at the Orkney Museum until the end of September will show work from 2016. The aim is to investigate whether perceptual art can contribute to archaeological research - without being documentation or historical reconstruction.