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

The optical properties of the Woodburytype - An alternative printing technique based on a gelatine/pigment matrix (2020)
Journal Article
Leech, D., Guy, W., & Klein, S. (2020). The optical properties of the Woodburytype - An alternative printing technique based on a gelatine/pigment matrix. Journal of Physics Communications, 4(1), https://doi.org/10.1088/2399-6528/ab6ed4

The Woodburytype is a 19th century photomechanical printing method, producing high-quality continuous-tone images that use a suspension of carbon black in gelatine as a relief print, in which the variation in height of the print produces the grayscal... Read More about The optical properties of the Woodburytype - An alternative printing technique based on a gelatine/pigment matrix.

Feminist and Queer Arts Activism (2020)
Book Chapter
Johnson, C. (in press). Feminist and Queer Arts Activism. In The Routledge International Handbook of Communication and GenderRoutledge

This chapter adopts an historiographic approach to the field of feminist and queer arts activisms, which privileges ideas of affinity and resonance between artists of different generations rather than canonical notions of chronology, precedence and s... Read More about Feminist and Queer Arts Activism.

The Physics of Print (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Leech, D. (2020, January). The Physics of Print

How to print a rainbow (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Klein, S., & Menger, F. (2020, January). How to print a rainbow. Presented at Dana Research Centre Seminar Series, London

In the 17th century Isaac Newton demonstrated that white light consists of the superposition of different wavelengths visible as colour on a screen. How colour was perceived by a human observer was explained by the work of Thomas Young and Hermann vo... Read More about How to print a rainbow.

Books of the future (2019)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (in press). Books of the future. z.B. [zum Beispiel] [zum Buch] / [for example] [about books], autumn 2019,

Artists’ books have built and aligned their status according to the value of the printed book, so will arrive at their fate in parallel. If digital reading is going to be the majority method of the future, then how will physical books survive? And w... Read More about Books of the future.

Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Textile Coloration, Patterning, and Surface Effects (2019)
Book Chapter
Kane, F., Shen, J., Morgan, L., Prajapati, C., Tyrer, J., & Smith, E. (in press). Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Textile Coloration, Patterning, and Surface Effects. In S. S. Muthu, & M. A. Gardetti (Eds.), Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Industries: Sustainable Textiles, Clothing Design and RepurposingSpringer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38545-3_4

The environmental impact of textile dyeing and finishing is of paramount concern in the textile industry. Enzyme and laser processing technologies present attractive alternatives to conventional textile coloration and surface patterning methods. Both... Read More about Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Textile Coloration, Patterning, and Surface Effects.

Posted/Unposted (2019)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2019). Posted/Unposted. Printmaking Today, 28(112),

Exploring a project curated by Dr Angie Butler and Imi Maufe celebrating letterpress printing practice in the UK and Ireland

The Canadians: a collective effort to fulfill a naive promise (2019)
Other
Klein, S., Menger, F., & Argyle, J. (2019). The Canadians: a collective effort to fulfill a naive promise

The project came about to fulfill a naively given promise. In May 2019 Susanne and her friend Marianne visited Canada to attend Marianne’s great niece’s wedding. They stayed with Marianne’s family. As a thank you for their hospitality Susanne, took p... Read More about The Canadians: a collective effort to fulfill a naive promise.

Maternal art and post-natal wellbeing: Proximity and separation in Lena Simic’s Contemplation Time (2007-8) and Eti Wade’s Jocasta (2008) (2019)
Journal Article
Johnson, C. (2019). Maternal art and post-natal wellbeing: Proximity and separation in Lena Simic’s Contemplation Time (2007-8) and Eti Wade’s Jocasta (2008). Studies in the Maternal, 11(1),

This article discusses two photographic artworks that challenge popular narratives of failed or achieved maternal femininity. My readings of Lena Simic’s Contemplation Time: a document of maternity leave (2007-8) and Eti Wade’s Jocasta (2008) are inf... Read More about Maternal art and post-natal wellbeing: Proximity and separation in Lena Simic’s Contemplation Time (2007-8) and Eti Wade’s Jocasta (2008).

Reproducing Images: Colour and Texture (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Parraman, C. (2019, October). Reproducing Images: Colour and Texture. Presented at APPAMAT - Material Appearance Workshop, Sorbonne University, Paris

This presentation will explore the relationship between the appearance of colour and materials and how these are captured as paintings and photographs. It will also explore parallels between paintings made by old masters of Still Life and Trompe l’Oe... Read More about Reproducing Images: Colour and Texture.

Printing the Muses: Reimaging digital musical instruments through 2.5D printing (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Parraman, C., & Gaster, B. (2019). Printing the Muses: Reimaging digital musical instruments through 2.5D printing

The objective is to explore cross-disciplinary methods of converting musical terms for tactile interfaces, thus enabling people unfamiliar in creating music to be explorative through the development of novel musical interfaces. The project involves w... Read More about Printing the Muses: Reimaging digital musical instruments through 2.5D printing.

The optical properties of the Woodburytype - An alternative printing technique based on a gelatine/pigment matrix (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Klein, S., Leech, D., & Guy, W. (2019). The optical properties of the Woodburytype - An alternative printing technique based on a gelatine/pigment matrix. https://doi.org/10.2352/ISSN.2169-4451.2019.35.42

The Woodburytype is a 19th century photomechanical technique, producing high-quality continuous-tone prints that use a mixture of pigment and gelatine as a relief print, in which the variation in height of the print produces the tone and contrast. We... Read More about The optical properties of the Woodburytype - An alternative printing technique based on a gelatine/pigment matrix.

Robotic Ceramic Paste Extrusion for Industrial Prototyping and Production (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Huson, D. (2019). Robotic Ceramic Paste Extrusion for Industrial Prototyping and Production. https://doi.org/10.2352/ISSN.2169-4451.2019.35.38

Ceramic additive layer manufacture employs a range of different technologies including ceramic paste extrusion, powder/ binder jet and UV and daylight cure ceramic loaded resins. Each of these technologies has its own set of advantages and disadvanta... Read More about Robotic Ceramic Paste Extrusion for Industrial Prototyping and Production.

Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion: Developing craft based experiments into industrial applications. (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2019, September). Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion: Developing craft based experiments into industrial applications. Paper presented at Making Futures 2019, Plymouth

This paper will outline research into ceramic profile extrusion. The research was initiated as creative explorations within the author's own craft practice. However, the project has since developed into a UKRI funded project, with global companies, s... Read More about Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion: Developing craft based experiments into industrial applications..

Intersections Exhibition 2019: Collaborations in Textile Design Research (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Morgan, L., Winters, A., O'Nascimento, R., & Woods, E. Intersections Exhibition 2019: Collaborations in Textile Design Research. 12 September 2019 - 14 September 2019. (Unpublished)

Intersections celebrates the breadth of creative collaborations in textile design research. Centred around the four themes of textiles and architecture, textiles and interactions, textile materialities and processes, as well as critical textiles, th... Read More about Intersections Exhibition 2019: Collaborations in Textile Design Research.