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Tourist trade trash, and other still performances (2011)
Journal Article
Mulvey, M. (2011). Tourist trade trash, and other still performances. Dance Theatre Journal, 23(4), 11-14

Associated with proper performance only by the undiscerning spectator, living statues are perhaps the lowest form of theatre. Literally on the street, they are a trashy by-product of a higher art, popular with tourists and those with time and money t... Read More about Tourist trade trash, and other still performances.

Towards a performative trans-pedagogy: Critical approaches for learning and teaching in art and performance (2016)
Journal Article
Mulvey, M., & Chalklin, V. (2016). Towards a performative trans-pedagogy: Critical approaches for learning and teaching in art and performance. (00) Journal Not Listed, 2(1), 62-77

This paper examines two short courses delivered by the authors through Tate’s public programme in 2014/15 as case studies through which to consider the possibilities of performative critical pedagogy for art and performance appreciation and criticism... Read More about Towards a performative trans-pedagogy: Critical approaches for learning and teaching in art and performance.

Experimental study of bonded, bolted, and hybrid bonded-bolted single lap shear joints with woven CFRP adherends (2024)
Journal Article
Damghani, M., Saad Khan, M., & Atkinson, G. A. (2024). Experimental study of bonded, bolted, and hybrid bonded-bolted single lap shear joints with woven CFRP adherends. Composite Structures, Article 117989. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compstruct.2024.117989

This paper presents an extensive experimental performance study of bonded joints (BJs), only bolted joints (OBJs) and hybrid bonded-bolted joints (HJs). For each joint type, three test configurations are considered: namely, short, medium and long ove... Read More about Experimental study of bonded, bolted, and hybrid bonded-bolted single lap shear joints with woven CFRP adherends.

Biomimetic design of building facades: An evolutionary-based computational approach inspired by elephant skin for cooling in hot and humid climates (2024)
Journal Article
Hays, N., Badarnah, L., & Jain, A. (2024). Biomimetic design of building facades: An evolutionary-based computational approach inspired by elephant skin for cooling in hot and humid climates. Frontiers in Built Environment, 10, Article 1309621. https://doi.org/10.3389/fbuil.2024.1309621

The built environment faces significant challenges in managing energy demands amidst rising temperatures and increasing concerns linked to climate change. Meeting carbon emissions targets and resource management goals necessitates urgent innovation i... Read More about Biomimetic design of building facades: An evolutionary-based computational approach inspired by elephant skin for cooling in hot and humid climates.