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Biggs, I. (2011) The spaces of "Deep Mapping": A partial account. Journal of Arts and Communities, 2 (1). pp. 5-25. ISSN 1757-1936 Available from:

Biggs, I. (2009) Song and the presence of absent communities. Journal of Arts and Communities, 1 (1). pp. 7-23. ISSN 1757-1936 Available from:

Biggs, I. (2006) Recovering landscape: An art between seeing and hearing. Journal of Visual Arts Practice, 5 (1-2). pp. 3-4. ISSN 1470-2029 Available from:

Biggs, I. (2005) Towards a polytheistic relationship to landscape: Issues for contemporary art. Landscape Research, 30 (1). pp. 5-22. ISSN 0142-6397 Available from:

Book Section

Bailey, J. E., Biggs, I. and Buzzo, D. (2014) Deep mapping and rural connectivities. In: Hennessy, C., Burholt, V. and Means, R., eds. (2014) Countryside connections: Older people, community and place in rural Britain. UK: The Policy Press, pp. 159-192. ISBN 9781447310303 Available from:

Biggs, I. (2010) The presence of absence: Song, ritual, and place. In: Jones, R., ed. (2010) Holy Hiatus. Cardigan, Wales: Parthian Books. ISBN 9781905762552 Available from:

Biggs, I. (2010) Essaying place: Landscape, music, and memory (after Janet Wolff). In: Johns-Putra, A. and Brace, C., eds. (2010) Process: Landscape and Text. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi. Available from:

Biggs, I. (2005) Hybrid texts and academic authority: The wager in creative practice research. In: MacLeod, K. and Holdridge, L., eds. (2005) Thinking Through Art: Reflections on Art as Research (Innovations in Art and Design). Routledge, pp. 190-200. ISBN 9780415576338 Available from:

Report or Working Paper

Biggs, I. (2009) Transect in Fieldwork exhibition catalogue. Other. Wild Conversations Press for LAND, Bristol, pp.30-31. Available from:

Conference or Workshop Item

Biggs, I. (2009) The Southdean project - essaying site as memory work. In: Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, 27 August 2009. Available from:

Biggs, I. (2009) Performing geographies of love - landscape between presence and absence. In: AHRC Landscape and Environment Living Landscapes Conference, Aberystwyth, Wales, 18-21 June 2009. Available from:

Biggs, I. and Ahmad, Y. (2005) Practice-based research. In: Centre for Critical Theory Members Conference - What is Research?, University of the West of England, Bristol, 19th January, 2005. Available from:


Buchheim, Y. and Biggs, I., eds. (2011) SAP - song archive project publication. First edition. Bristol: SAP PRESS. ISBN 9780957077102 Available from:

Biggs, I. and Hurn, S., eds. (2010) Holy hiatus: Ritual and community in public art. Parthian Books. ISBN 9781905762552 Available from:

Biggs, I. (2009) Art as research: Creative practice and academic authority: A project-based examination of the politics of art-led research in a doctoral context. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. . ISBN 3639156919 Available from:

Biggs, I. (2004) Between Carterhaugh and Tamshiel Rig: A borderline episode. Bristol: Wild Conversations Press for TRACE. ISBN 1902595068 Available from:


Biggs, I., Bailey, J. and Buzzo, D. (2012) The Delphy Bridge project: A multimedia deep mapping project evoking and engaging the lives of older adults in rural North Cornwall. UNSPECIFIED. Available from:


Biggs, I. and Biggs, J. (2009) On Mull. [Artefact] Available from:


Biggs, I., Conlon, R., Gegenwart, B., Behennah, D., Turrell, E. C., Moxey, E., Carnac, h., Turrell, J., Morris, J. and Cross, S. (2011) Drawing, permanence and place. [Show/Exhibition] Available from:

Biggs, I. (2009) All over the place: Drawing place, drawing space. [Show/Exhibition] Available from:

Biggs, I. and Blowen, S. (2009) Borderlands Postcards. [Show/Exhibition] Available from:


Biggs, I., Carruthers, J., Damon, M., Finn, G., Kockel, U., Modeen, M., Mulrooney, A., O' Neill, R., Piccinni, A., Prosser, B. and Werry, M. (2010) Debatable Lands Volume Two: 'These Debatable Lands'. [Video] Available from:

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