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Reflectance, illumination, and edges in 3-D Mondrian colourconstancy experiments (2009)
Presentation / Conference
McCann, J., Parraman, C., & Rizzi, A. (2009, September). Reflectance, illumination, and edges in 3-D Mondrian colourconstancy experiments. Paper presented at 11th Congress of the International Colour Association (AIC) 2009

AIC 2009 Proceedings published as CD-Rom Proceedings of the 11th Congress of the International Colour Association (AIC 2009), edited by Dianne Smith, Paul Green-Armytage, Margaret A. Pope and Nick Harkness. CD. Sydney: Colour Society of Australia

Ossicillating spaces – The integration of 3D technologies within printmaking and sculptural practice (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Reid, B. (2009, September). Ossicillating spaces – The integration of 3D technologies within printmaking and sculptural practice. Paper presented at Impact 6 International Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference

"The challenge for digital sculpture artists, however, is to work with new electronic medium without relying on it for content or presence. The virtual translated to the physical, sculpture files traveling around the world, infinite dissemination and... Read More about Ossicillating spaces – The integration of 3D technologies within printmaking and sculptural practice.

The etching revival and the photogravure: A graphic aesthetic for photography (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Hammond, A. (2009, September). The etching revival and the photogravure: A graphic aesthetic for photography. Paper presented at Impact 6 International Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference

This paper demonstrates the influence of the Etching Revival in Britain on fine art photography at the turn of the Century by focusing upon two photographers: Alvin Langdon Coburn (1882-1966) and James Craig Annan (1864-1946), who made photogravure (... Read More about The etching revival and the photogravure: A graphic aesthetic for photography.

Pictorialism through a plastic lens (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Hill, V. (2009, September). Pictorialism through a plastic lens. Poster presented at IMPACT 6 International Printmaking Conference

The aesthetic utilised by the early pictorialist photographers in their attempts to get artistic photography recognised as one of the Fine arts, rather than merely a method of mechanical reproduction, was one which relied on the use of soft focusing... Read More about Pictorialism through a plastic lens.

High tech / low tech: The utilization of printmaking techniques in the production of contemporary enamelled jewellery (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Turrell, J. (2009, September). High tech / low tech: The utilization of printmaking techniques in the production of contemporary enamelled jewellery. Poster presented at IMPACT 6 International Printmaking Conference

This poster presentation will outline the potential for printmaking techniques in the production of innovative and contemporary enamelled jewellery forms. It represents one strand of technical research within the overarching practice-led project Inno... Read More about High tech / low tech: The utilization of printmaking techniques in the production of contemporary enamelled jewellery.

Fluency and language dominance in bilinguals (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Daller, M., & De Jong, N. (2009, September). Fluency and language dominance in bilinguals. Presented at European Second Language Association (EUROSLA)

This presentation was part of a colloqium on fluency and language dominance in bilinguals (convener: M Daller) at one of the major conferences in the field of second language acquisition (EUROSLA) with presentations from internationally renowed schol... Read More about Fluency and language dominance in bilinguals.

The creative producer: Michael Klinger (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Spicer, A. H. (2009, September). The creative producer: Michael Klinger. Paper presented at Archives and Auteurs Conference

Michael Klinger was the most successful independent producer working in the British film industry during the 1960s and 1970s. However, there has been no critical account of his work and he is barely mentioned, if at all, in standard histories of Brit... Read More about The creative producer: Michael Klinger.

The Southdean project - essaying site as memory work (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Biggs, I. (2009, August). The Southdean project - essaying site as memory work. Paper presented at Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference

The paper links the authors Southdean Project to a range of issues connected with both Edward S Casey’s articulation of the essaying of places and geographies of memory, drawing on the work of Barbara Bender, Janet Wolff and others.

Is art making sustainable? (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S., & Risseeuw, J. (2009, August). Is art making sustainable?. Paper presented at 32nd annual Southwest Arts Conference

Using their recent research study on Sustainability in Print Media, John Risseeuw and Stephen Hoskins provided a framework for understanding the basic science of sustainability, relating it to art materials and practice. Risseeuw and Hoskins began wi... Read More about Is art making sustainable?.

War orphans in technicolour: Joseph Losey's The Boy with Green Hair (1948) (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Lawrence, M. (2009, July). War orphans in technicolour: Joseph Losey's The Boy with Green Hair (1948). Paper presented at Colour and the Moving Image: History, Theory, Aesthetics Archive, University of Bristol Conference

An analysis of the representation of the war orphan and the use of Technicolor in Joseph Losey’s The Boy with Green Hair.

Through the Glass Darkly – Appropriation, Remaking and Representation through Print (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Thirkell, P., & Hoskins, S. (2009, July). Through the Glass Darkly – Appropriation, Remaking and Representation through Print. Paper presented at The Art of Appropriation & Kurt Schwitters in England

This paper will examine the incidence of appropriation and re-representation that emerged in fine art image and object making during the early 20th century. It specifically aims to trace the role of emerging forms of technology in facilitating new wa... Read More about Through the Glass Darkly – Appropriation, Remaking and Representation through Print.

Love, death and flesh: Ontological antinomies in Tuskamoto Shinya's Vital (2004) (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Tuck, G. (2009, July). Love, death and flesh: Ontological antinomies in Tuskamoto Shinya's Vital (2004). Paper presented at 2nd Film Philosophy Conference

This paper uses the cinema of Tuskamoto Shinya to discuss Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s concept of the ‘flesh’. Flesh rejects the ontological antinomy between the empirical and the rational, our determination by either matter or ideas, in favour of a more... Read More about Love, death and flesh: Ontological antinomies in Tuskamoto Shinya's Vital (2004).

Understanding film production: Michael Klinger and the new film history (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Spicer, A. H. (2009, July). Understanding film production: Michael Klinger and the new film history. Presented at Researching Film History Symposium

This paper explored a wider debate about the epistemology and ontology of film history. Using the Michael Klinger papers, it offered an original exploration of an unknown history: his attempt to produce a Jewish epic war film based on the Dieppe Raid... Read More about Understanding film production: Michael Klinger and the new film history.

Performing geographies of love - landscape between presence and absence (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Biggs, I. (2009, June). Performing geographies of love - landscape between presence and absence. Paper presented at AHRC Landscape and Environment Living Landscapes Conference

Performing Geographies of Love – landscape between presence and absence is an extended critical reflection on a forthcoming paper by the cultural geographer John Wylie that seeks to resist the use of philosophical positions to annex/belittle the “enc... Read More about Performing geographies of love - landscape between presence and absence.

Prints that fly (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S. (2009, June). Prints that fly. Presented at Talking prints Lecture Series Lancashire Artists Network, University of Central Lancashire

Prints That Fly: My prints are as much about the craft of making, as they are a gentle delight in challenging the notions of what constitutes a print and where the perceived borders between the fine and applied arts, end and begin. In the UK there... Read More about Prints that fly.

Flesh/Films: Mainstream movies, embodiment and sexuality (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Tuck, G. (2009, June). Flesh/Films: Mainstream movies, embodiment and sexuality. Presented at Plymouth Arts Centre Film Academy Seminar Series

After outlining the four most dominant modes through which film studies examines sex in the movies (sexual stereotyping, psychoanalysis and issues of unconscious desire, the performance of normativity, and developments in censorship), the lecture off... Read More about Flesh/Films: Mainstream movies, embodiment and sexuality.

Does this look right? The science of colour appearance in art (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Parraman, C. (2009, June). Does this look right? The science of colour appearance in art. Presented at Science Café

Invited lecture for Science Café given at Explore, At-Bristol, 9 June 2009. Have you considered why the swatch colour you take to the paint shop appears very different to the final painted wall? Differences between how a colour is measured and how... Read More about Does this look right? The science of colour appearance in art.

From 2D tiles to 3D printed ceramics: A journey through digital print (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Huson, D., & Reid, B. (2009, June). From 2D tiles to 3D printed ceramics: A journey through digital print. Presented at Parallels and Connections - A Ceramics and Glass Research Student Conference and Exhibition

The Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England is involved in research into many forms of print related making - from 19C techniques to present day 3D digital technologies. This presentation aims to reveal a progression of... Read More about From 2D tiles to 3D printed ceramics: A journey through digital print.


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