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Printmaking: A Maker’s Guide (2020)
Book Chapter
Ho, W. (in press). Printmaking: A Maker’s Guide. In Printmaking a Maker's Guide. London: Thames and Hudson

Printmaking: A Maker’s Guide (Published by Thames and Hudson) Chapter on Linocut and Japanese woodblock (in progress at the moment). Due out Sept 2020

„Borderline printmakers” (2020)
Exhibition / Performance
Laidler, P. „Borderline printmakers”. [https://www.impact11.hk/en/]. Exhibited at Impact 11 International Printmaking Conference, Hong Kong. 22 September 2020 - 26 September 2020. (Unpublished)

Contemporary printmakers often reach boarders of their own discipline, as they were testing its flexibility, limitations and endurance. They create unexpected combinations, create fusions of artistic means relevant to printmaking and other mediums. T... Read More about „Borderline printmakers”.

Measuring the heavens (2020)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2020). Measuring the heavens. Printmaking Today, 29(114), 22-23

Article exploring Kate Bernstein’s artist’s book tribute to astronomers, libraries and printers.

Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisations and Activists (2020)
Book
Presence, S., Wayne, M., & Newsinger, J. (Eds.). (2020). Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisations and Activists. London: Routledge

Comprising essays from some of the leading scholars and practitioners in the field, this is the first book to investigate twenty-first-century radical film practices across production, distribution and exhibition at a global level. This book explo... Read More about Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisations and Activists.

Ceramic profile extrusion: New tooling approaches to re-appropriate the use of a heritage medium in architecture (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2020, June). Ceramic profile extrusion: New tooling approaches to re-appropriate the use of a heritage medium in architecture. Paper presented at CONNECTIONS: EXPLORING HERITAGE, ARCHITECTURE, CITIES, ART MEDIA, Virtual / Canterbury, United Kingdom

The ceramic medium is extremely prevalent in our build environment. This medium is used in architecture in a myriad of applications in the shape of: bricks, cladding, roofing and tiles for interior/exterior surfaces. The use of red terracotta is char... Read More about Ceramic profile extrusion: New tooling approaches to re-appropriate the use of a heritage medium in architecture.

Urban Lighthouses (2020)
Presentation / Conference
D'Agnano, F., Parraman, C., & Roberton, N. (2020, June). Urban Lighthouses. Paper presented at CONNECTIONS: EXPLORING HERITAGE, ARCHITECTURE, CITIES, ART, MEDIA, Canterbury, UK

Wayfinding strategies for visually impaired are fundamental to provide social inclusion, a better quality of life, level of independency and urban accessibility to people with special needs. Recent digital technologies are a great help (GPS localizat... Read More about Urban Lighthouses.

Field Report - Journal of Field Study International (2020)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. Field Report - Journal of Field Study International. [printed publication in an edition of 100 copies]. Australia

Field Report is edited and published by David Dellafiora for Field Study, Australia. It is a report of all field workers' activity over 2019 published the following year, June 2020. Artists contribute 100 pages of their 'report' which is a documenta... Read More about Field Report - Journal of Field Study International.

Woodburytype: a forgotten 19th century photomechanical process and its 21st century resurrection (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Klein, S. (2020, June). Woodburytype: a forgotten 19th century photomechanical process and its 21st century resurrection

One of the technological achievements of the 19th century was the mass reproduction of photographic images. Woodburytype was the first commercially successful photomechanical continuous tone printing method, of unsurpassed quality until today. Along... Read More about Woodburytype: a forgotten 19th century photomechanical process and its 21st century resurrection.

Graphene-enabled adaptive infrared textiles (2020)
Journal Article
Ergoktas, M. S., Bakan, G., Steiner, P., Bartlam, C., Malevich, Y., Ozden-Yenigun, E., …Kocabas, C. (2020). Graphene-enabled adaptive infrared textiles. Nano Letters, 20(7), 5346-5352. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c01694

Interactive clothing requires sensing and display functionalities to be embedded on textiles. Despite the significant progress of electronic textiles, the integration of optoelectronic materials on fabrics remains as an outstanding challenge. In this... Read More about Graphene-enabled adaptive infrared textiles.

Sources of Pigmentless Colour in Nature – Seashells, Butterflies and Beetles (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Leech, D. (2020, June). Sources of Pigmentless Colour in Nature – Seashells, Butterflies and Beetles

Colour arises most prominently in the world from subtractive processes, such as pigmentation. When light is shone upon a painted wall, for instance, pigment absorbs portions of the electromagnetic spectrum that the material underneath did not and we... Read More about Sources of Pigmentless Colour in Nature – Seashells, Butterflies and Beetles.

‘Familiarity’ breeds content: Wendell Berry, T. J. Clark and arts pedagogy (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Franklin, L. (2020, June). ‘Familiarity’ breeds content: Wendell Berry, T. J. Clark and arts pedagogy. Paper presented at 2020 Convivium Conference: ‘Inhabiting Memories & Landscapes’: a cross-disciplinary engagement with Wendell Berry

This paper is about the difference between ‘knowledge’ and ‘familiarity’ and how repetitive exposure changes our relationship with things, people and places. As a conceptual framework, this paper first considers the approach of American poet, far... Read More about ‘Familiarity’ breeds content: Wendell Berry, T. J. Clark and arts pedagogy.

Gaze light & cheek gaze (2020)
Journal Article
Ho, W. (2020). Gaze light & cheek gaze. Mai Feminism, Pending(Pending),

Wuon-Gean Ho writes of her personal response to lockdown’s enforced lack of touch, and shows prints made during that time.

Origins of Colouration in Invertebrates – Pigment and Structure (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Leech, D. (2020, June). Origins of Colouration in Invertebrates – Pigment and Structure. Presented at Field Studies Council Virtual Meet Ups

Colour/pattern recognition is a common cornerstone of animal identification, however, the processes by which animals actually display colour is incredibly complex. Beyond the simple pigmented systems, that also form the basis of our paints and inks,... Read More about Origins of Colouration in Invertebrates – Pigment and Structure.

Rheological and flow birefringence studies of rod-shaped pigment nanoparticle dispersions (2020)
Journal Article
Salamon, P., Geng, Y., Eremin, A., Stannarius, R., Klein, S., & Börzsönyi, T. (2020). Rheological and flow birefringence studies of rod-shaped pigment nanoparticle dispersions. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 313, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2020.113401

We study rheological and rheo-optical properties of suspensions of anisometric pigment particles in a non-polar fluid. Different rheological regimes from the dilute regime to an orientationally arrested gel state were characterized and compared with... Read More about Rheological and flow birefringence studies of rod-shaped pigment nanoparticle dispersions.

The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films (2020)
Journal Article
Leech, D. J., Guy, W., & Klein, S. (2020). The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films. Molecules, 25(11), https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules25112468

The Woodburytype is a 19th century photomechanical technique capable of producing high-quality continuous-tone prints. It uses pigment dispersed in gelatin to produce a 2.5D print, in which the effect of varying tone is produced by a variation in the... Read More about The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films.

Susan Hiller (2020)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S., Oechsler, M., & Kivland, S. Susan Hiller. [printed publication]. UK/France

‘Susan Hiller’ artist's page contribution to Salon for a Speculative Future, edited by Monika Oechsler with Sharon Kivland, published by Ma Bibliothèque, ISBN 978-1-910055-72-4, June 2020

Should we have stayed at home and thought of here? (2020)
Exhibition / Performance
Bodman, S., Parr, L., Campbell, N., & Bíro, C. Should we have stayed at home and thought of here?. [online exhibition of physical postcards]. Exhibited at Bristol. 23 April 2020 - 30 June 2020. (Unpublished)

A collaboration with 98 national and international artists responding to texts by Elizabeth Bishop, Nancy Campbell, W. G. Sebald & Olga Tokarczuk. Bower Ashton Library, UWE Bristol, UK online exhibition and mail art exchange. Coordinated in collabora... Read More about Should we have stayed at home and thought of here?.

Colour Without Colour (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Klein, S. (2020, April). Colour Without Colour. Paper presented at Helsinki Photomedia 2020, Helsinki

Highly conductive, scalable, and machine washable graphene-based e-textiles for multifunctional wearable electronic applications (2020)
Journal Article
Afroj, S., Tan, S., Abdelkader, A. M., Novoselov, K. S., & Karim, N. (2020). Highly conductive, scalable, and machine washable graphene-based e-textiles for multifunctional wearable electronic applications. Advanced Functional Materials, 30(23), https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.202000293

Graphene‐based textiles show promise for next‐generation wearable electronic applications due to their advantages over metal‐based technologies. However, current reduced graphene oxide (rGO)‐based electronic textiles (e‐textiles) suffer from poor ele... Read More about Highly conductive, scalable, and machine washable graphene-based e-textiles for multifunctional wearable electronic applications.


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