Posted on 30/08/201817/07/2019 by editorsppp2018 Fieldwork: thematic pictures 1. Travel to and on the field MAF Cessna on the Karawari airstrip. Pushing our equipment from the plane to the boat at the Karawari airstrip. Meeting on the Arafundi river. Crossing a river during a survey. Approaching the mountains for survey. On the boat, leaving Awim. 2. The camps and logistics A morning in the basecamp during the rock art survey. Hancrafted furniture in the basecamp to make daily life easier. Inside the house used during the rock art survey. View of Paimbumkanja shelter before setting the camp and starting the excavation. A general view of the camp and excavation at Paimbumkanja rockshelter. The camp was installed in the Paimbumkanja rockshelter, near the excavation area. The kitchen area at Paimbumkanja rockshelter. Water was scarce at Paimbumkanja rockshelter, water runoff from above was helpful. 3. Eating during the fieldwork Awim inhabitant carrying a sagu pancake. Boiling water at the basecamp. Preparing a sagu pancake at night. Butchery scene after Awim people hunted a wildbear near the Ondem river. Child washing the wild boar’s liver. Moment of rest on the way back from the field. A view on the Sepik floodplain. 4. Visiting the Kuk site One of the display panels in the Kuk site exhibition building. Matthew Leavesley, John Mukee and M. Rud during a visit to the Kuk site. View of the Kuk site. Entrance of the Kuk site exhibition building. 5. People Survey camp site. Playing with betel nuts. Awim people helping during our arrival. During the rock art survey. Children during a rockshelter survey. During the walk to Awim. A rest during our return from the survey area to Awim. Kennedy in the river near the campsite used for the rock art survey. Sebi, Matt. Leavesley and Roxan Tsang a morning in Awim.