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New findings to colour changes in prints during long-term dark storage of prints (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Parraman, C. (2010, May). New findings to colour changes in prints during long-term dark storage of prints. Paper presented at 4th International Conference on: Preservation and Conservation Issues in Digital Printing and Digital Photography

The most important impact on colour fading in prints is exposure to light and air. However what happens to coloured prints during long-term storage in boxes, drawers and on shelves? In short very little, but changes do occur. Measurements to samples,... Read More about New findings to colour changes in prints during long-term dark storage of prints.

The art of laser cutting paper (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Sowden, T. (2010, May). The art of laser cutting paper. Presented at Doverodde Book Arts Festival ll

Tom’s talk discussed how artists are using the laser-cutter as a creative tool, with examples of artists works on paper and artists’ books.

Artists' books, nature, landscape (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Bodman, S. L. (2010, May). Artists' books, nature, landscape. Presented at Doverodde Book Arts Festival ll

A themed talk of Collections and Observations of nature, Textscapes, Journeys through landscape, Working in the landscape, The politics of landscape, Altered books and nature, and A darker (then lighter) side of nature.

Making a mark: A view of contemporary vitreous enamel (2010)
Exhibition / Performance
Turrell, E. C. Making a mark: A view of contemporary vitreous enamel. [Enamel]. 8 May 2010 - 12 June 2010. (Unpublished)

Curated by Elizabeth Turrell this exhibition brings together artists who use traditional enamelling techniques, industrial processes and contemporary art practice resulting in a wide range of creative expression. Enamel is one of the fine arts: glass... Read More about Making a mark: A view of contemporary vitreous enamel.

Women as paid organizers and propagandists for the British Labour Party between the wars (2010)
Journal Article
Hannam, J. (2010). Women as paid organizers and propagandists for the British Labour Party between the wars. International Labor and Working-Class History, 77(1), 69-88. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0147547909990251

This article contributes to recent debates about the complicated ways in which women involved in the interwar British Labour Party negotiated their political identities through an examination of the activities and aims of a neglected group, the paid... Read More about Women as paid organizers and propagandists for the British Labour Party between the wars.

Haneke's stable: The death of the animal and the figuration of the human (2010)
Book Chapter
Lawrence, M. (2010). Haneke's stable: The death of the animal and the figuration of the human. In B. Price, & J. D. Rhodes (Eds.), On Michael Haneke, 63-86. Wayne State University Press

An analysis of the representation of animal death in the films of Michael Haneke and its relation to his use of human actors.

Closely posed thighs: The Garden of Eden in 1966 (2010)
Journal Article
Lawrence, M. (2010). Closely posed thighs: The Garden of Eden in 1966

An article about the production and critical reception of the Garden of Eden sequences in John Huston’s 1966 film version of The Bible, in the context of the revision of the Production Code and the dissolution of the Legion of Decency.

Book Arts Newsletter (2010)
Other
Bodman, S. L. (2010). Book Arts Newsletter

The Book Arts Newsletter is a 4-6 weekly newsletter edited by Sarah Bodman, published by the Centre for Fine Print Research. Issue 1 was published May - August 2002.

Lee Kang-sheng: Non-professional star (2010)
Book Chapter
Lawrence, M. (2010). Lee Kang-sheng: Non-professional star. In M. Farquhar, & Y. Zhangs (Eds.), Chinese Film Stars, 151-162. Routledge

An analysis of the performances of the Taiwanese actor Lee Kang-sheng and his influence on the director Tsai Ming-liang.

Reinterpreting glass on metal (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Turrell, E. C. (2010, April). Reinterpreting glass on metal. Paper presented at Re-source - prospects for contemporary jewellery and object making 14th Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia Biennial Conference

Creative and experimental surfaces in enamel using non-traditional approaches to glass on metal. Traditional enamel is associated with preciousness, sumptuous colour and reflected light. However, by disassociating enamel from the glassy, decorative a... Read More about Reinterpreting glass on metal.

Pixel and spatial mechanisms of color constancy (2010)
Journal Article
Rizzi, A., Parraman, C. E., McCann, J. J., & Parraman, C. (2010). Pixel and spatial mechanisms of color constancy. Proceedings of SPIE, 7528, https://doi.org/10.1117/12.838736

Color constancy remains an important subject of research on color standards, computer imaging, and human color vision. There are many different theories and algorithms that interpret and predict constancy. This paper analyzes three different approach... Read More about Pixel and spatial mechanisms of color constancy.

Spatial image processing for the enhancement and restoration of film, photography and print (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Parraman, C., & Rizzi, A. (2010, March). Spatial image processing for the enhancement and restoration of film, photography and print. Paper presented at 7th International Conference on Informatics and Systems

This paper presents a review of research undertaken into algorithms for colour enhancement methods based on the behaviour of the human vision system and the applied research in film, photography and print. These colour enhancements methods perform au... Read More about Spatial image processing for the enhancement and restoration of film, photography and print.

The collaborative print studio within a Higher Educational Institution and its relationship to the art marketplace (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S., & Laidler, P. (2010, March). The collaborative print studio within a Higher Educational Institution and its relationship to the art marketplace. Paper presented at Higher Education and the Creative Economy Conference

The British Pop-artist Richard Hamilton has described the benefits of working collaboratively with printers: “Gaining the wide range of technical skills required in many different print media would be absurdly time-consuming, if not impossible. My ha... Read More about The collaborative print studio within a Higher Educational Institution and its relationship to the art marketplace.

Through a different lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context (2010)
Journal Article
Maynard, T., & Chicken, S. (2010). Through a different lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context. Early Years, 30(1), 29-39. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575140903443000

In Wales, concerns about the perceived over-formalisation of young children's educational experiences led to the introduction of a Foundation Phase Framework for children aged three to seven years that advocates a more holistic, play-based approach.... Read More about Through a different lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context.

Cyberwomen and sleepers: Rereading the mulatta cyborg and the black woman's body in Torchwood (2010)
Book Chapter
Kydd, E. (2010). Cyberwomen and sleepers: Rereading the mulatta cyborg and the black woman's body in Torchwood. In A. Ireland (Ed.), Illuminating Torchwood: Essays on Narrative, Character and Sexuality in the BBC Series, 191-202. McFarland and Co., Inc

A book chapter exploring the science fiction trope of the mulatta cyborg in the BBC television series Torchwood.

You have no idea what you are talking about!" from e-disagreement to e-impoliteness in two online fora (2010)
Journal Article
Angouri, J., & Tseliga, T. (2010). You have no idea what you are talking about!" from e-disagreement to e-impoliteness in two online fora. Journal of Politeness Research, 6(1), 57-82. https://doi.org/10.1515/JPLR.2010.004

This paper reports on an ongoing project in the area of intentional impoliteness as perceived by the participants and as marked in discourse in the asynchronous Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) context. We focus on occurrences of "impolite talk"... Read More about You have no idea what you are talking about!" from e-disagreement to e-impoliteness in two online fora.


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