Diploma project, ECAL 2016


by Jules Moskovtchenko

This project is a form of comparative archaeology in which artefacts from the Upper Palaeolithic era are facing artefacts produced by contemporary society. Comparative archaeology is used when clues are missing in the study of a society: we then compare it to one better known so as to establish differences and similarities. 

This subject has been developed by appropriation, as an excavation work in the huge production of our society. A selection of images and objects offers a re-examination of our production.