fieldwork & research

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The Australian Museum Public Blog - supervised by Stan Florek (2014 - 2018): Sample available here

Soyo, Mongolia NMAP + Max Planck Institute 2017

Kantarodai Expedition (Jaffna, Sri Lanka) 2018

Coves del Toll (Moia, Catalunya) 2018 - solo field work, supported by the Olwen Tudor Scholarship 

archaeological illustration

Victoria is a trained archaeological and technical illustrator, specialising in lithic illustration. She has also worked with bone, metal and ceramic material, as well as artistic reconstruction. 

 

She has served as the site artist for the Northern Mongolian Archaeology Project 2017 (site: Soyo), illustrating the project's artefacts (largely features of the Palaeolithic and Neolithic lithic assemblage, ceramics) and burial finds (bone and personal ornamentation). Aside from archaeological artefact illustration, she has also produced artistic reconstructions of the settlements. 

List of publications and Museum collections featuring Victoria's Illustrations:

- The University of Sydney Nicholson Museum

- The Department of Archaeology, Sri Lanka

- The National Museum of Mongolia

- The Australian Museum

- Taylor, W.T.T., Clark, J., Bayarsaikhan, J. et al. Early Pastoral Economies and Herding Transitions in Eastern Eurasia. Sci Rep 10, 1001 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-57735-y

Soyo, Mongolia. Chert/Flint projectile point, scraper and cores. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History

© 2020. Victoria Pham. Artist. Archaeologist. Composer. 

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