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The margins of art practice bordering on industrial development (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, P. S. (2009, December). The margins of art practice bordering on industrial development. Paper presented at International Conference on Innovation through Knowledge Transfer

A conference paper challenging the popular view of artists, spread by the media over many years is of aesthetes with no commercial acumen and a distinct lack of time management. Examples of this go as far back as 1962 with Tony Hancock in the film th... Read More about The margins of art practice bordering on industrial development.

Changing Auntie - a case study in managing and regulating user generated content at the BBC (2009)
Book Chapter
Jones, J. (2009). Changing Auntie - a case study in managing and regulating user generated content at the BBC. In S. Tunney, & G. Monaghan (Eds.), Web Journalism: A New Form of Citizenship?Sussex University Press

This chapter identifies case studies within the BBC of how the organisation is adapting its content to the user-led environment of the internet.

Inventing rituals, inhabiting places: Ritual and community in public art (2009)
Journal Article
Jones, R. (2009). Inventing rituals, inhabiting places: Ritual and community in public art. Journal of Arts and Communities, 1(2), 147-167. https://doi.org/10.1386/jaac.1.2.147/1

Based on the public art projects for Holy Hiatus 2008, this article explores the possibilities for ritual to be employed creatively in public art practice, and to examine the ways that artists can draw audiences into unexpected and potentially ‘limin... Read More about Inventing rituals, inhabiting places: Ritual and community in public art.

Origin and ownership: Stage, film and television adaptations of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca (2009)
Book Chapter
D'Monté, R. (2009). Origin and ownership: Stage, film and television adaptations of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca. In R. Carroll (Ed.), Adaptations in Contemporary Culture: Textual Infidelities, 163-173. Continuum

This paper looks at the ways in which Daphne du Maurier's novelistic techniques, such as the point-of-view of the nameless heroine, the flashbacks and framing device, and the linguistic emphasis upon the English setting and country house, are adapted... Read More about Origin and ownership: Stage, film and television adaptations of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca.

Co-creativity: New ways of understanding 1950's fashion (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Partington, A. (2009, November). Co-creativity: New ways of understanding 1950's fashion. Paper presented at ESRC Seminar Series: Women in Britain in the 1950s. Glamour? A New Look at Fifties Women

Suggesting that 'co-creativity' was always a driving force in consumer culture, and using 1950's fashion as an example, the presentation addresses issues about the development of creative practices such as fashion design, by suggesting that it is dri... Read More about Co-creativity: New ways of understanding 1950's fashion.

The eagle document: The new collection of enumerated things (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Oechsler, M. (2009, November). The eagle document: The new collection of enumerated things. Presented at The Eagle Document: The New Collection of Enumerated Things

The symposium was composed of presentations and live performances by Pil and Gallia Kollectiv, Ruth McLeanan, Wayne Lloyd, Judith Dean, Monika Oechsler, Anita Ponton, Uriel Orlow, Jonas Ranson-Christina Mitrentse and concluded with a panel discussion... Read More about The eagle document: The new collection of enumerated things.

Remembrance and Restoration: Exploring the imagery of war, resurrection & recovery (2009)
Exhibition / Performance
Gough, P. (2009). Remembrance and Restoration: Exploring the imagery of war, resurrection & recovery. 19 November 2009 - 8 January 2010. (Unpublished)

To mark the 90th anniversary of the peace conferences that were staged at the close of the Great War, the Otter Gallery is hosting an exhibition of drawings, paintings and photographs that explore the imagery of remembrance. At the heart of the show... Read More about Remembrance and Restoration: Exploring the imagery of war, resurrection & recovery.

Unseen Memorials (2009)
Exhibition / Performance
Gough, P. (2009). Unseen Memorials. [Drawings, paintings, installation]. 11 November 2009 - 19 February 2010. (Unpublished)

An Exhibition at National War Memorial Carillon Building (Part of Blow 09) Wellington, New Zealand, 11 November 2009 - 19 February 2010 Curated by Jeremy Diggle. This exhibition, aptly located in the Hall of Memories at the National War Memorial Ca... Read More about Unseen Memorials.

Measuring colour constancy and colour appearance: An experiment (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Rizzi, A., Parraman, C., & McCann, J. (2009, November). Measuring colour constancy and colour appearance: An experiment. Paper presented at MINET (Measuring the Impossible Network) Conference: Measurement, sensation and cognition

Paper given at Perception and Sensation Session 3. Colour sensation does not depend strictly of the light signal conveying colour information, but also depends on the arrangement of the visual array of all signals coming from the scene. Colour cons... Read More about Measuring colour constancy and colour appearance: An experiment.

Reflectance, illumination and edges (2009)
Presentation / Conference
McCann, J., Parraman, C., & Rizzi, A. (2009, November). Reflectance, illumination and edges. Paper presented at Seventeenth Color Imaging Conference: Color Science and Engineering Systems, Technologies, and Applications

We studied color constancy using a pair of 3-D Color Mondrian displays made of two identical sets of painted wooden shapes. There are only 6-chromatic, and 5-achromatic paints applied to nearly 100 block facets. The three-dimensional nature of these... Read More about Reflectance, illumination and edges.

All over the place: Drawing place, drawing space (2009)
Exhibition / Performance
Biggs, I. (2009). All over the place: Drawing place, drawing space. 7 November 2009 - 23 October 2010. (Unpublished)

Exhibition pieces and publication Exhibited at UWE Faculty of Creative Arts (Nov 09) and The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds, June–Oct 2010

Innovation in vitreous surfaces in jewellery (2009)
Journal Article
Turrell, J. (2009). Innovation in vitreous surfaces in jewellery

Journal article outlining research fellowship funded by AHRC to date, including research methods, positioning of the theoretical aspects of enamel in contemporary jewellery practice and early indicators of the outcomes of practical research.

One day sculpture (2009)
Book
Doherty, C., & Cross, D. (2009). One day sculpture. Kerber Verlag

Conceived as both a document and critical expansion of the year-long One Day Sculpture temporary public art series in New Zealand (www.onedaysculpture,org.nz), the book opens with an anthology of newly commissioned texts which expand conventional not... Read More about One day sculpture.

Expressionist film and beyond (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Bracegirdle, J. (2009, October). Expressionist film and beyond. Presented at Journey out of Darkness

Public Lecture in relation to The Journey out of Darkness exhibition at New Walk Museum, Leicester (31/10/09 - 3/05/10). The author used the New Walk’s Expressionist Art exhibition as a starting point, tracing early forms of film exhibition in Ge... Read More about Expressionist film and beyond.