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Light-Dark Contrast (2018)
Physical Artefact
Webb, R. Light-Dark Contrast. [Oil]. Anhui, China

In October 2018 Richard Kenton Webb was invited to the Tao Huan Painting Residency in China. On the residency he made eight paintings on a Light Dark Contrast that were exhibited at Hefei Modern Art Gallery, a public gallery in Anhui Province, China.

Read To Me (artist's book) (2018)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. Read To Me (artist's book)

‘Read to me’ is an experiment made by the artist in collaboration with a psychometric reader, to transmit the emotional content of selected narratives through a series of physical objects. Ten objects were selected to read chapters of novels, or shor... Read More about Read To Me (artist's book).

Still Life with Blackbirds (2016)
Physical Artefact
Webb, R. Still Life with Blackbirds. [Oil]. Corinium Museum, Cirencester

On return to the UK, Richard Webb collaborated with Dr Joanne Reardon with exhibition at the Corinium Museum, Cirencester of Still Life with Blackbirds, a Light-Dark Contrast of 16 relief prints set against her story inspired by the images (2014), an... Read More about Still Life with Blackbirds.

Reflections 25.4.16 (2016)
Physical Artefact
Embury, G. Reflections 25.4.16. [Ink]. Nepal and Bristol

Reflections 25.4.16 is an innovative cross-media storytelling project, focusing on Nepal in the year since the April 2015 earthquake. the project aims to bring together art, storytelling, photojournalism in a new format for talking about issues. It a... Read More about Reflections 25.4.16.

Yellow (2015)
Physical Artefact
Webb, R. Yellow. [Oil]. LARQ, Queenstown, Tasmania

Richard Webb was the ninth invited Artist in Residence at LARQ, Queenstown, Tasmania for two months between March and May 2014. Whilst in Tasmania, he responded to the colour yellow which is mined in the local Queenstown mine.

Warm-Cold Contrast (2014)
Physical Artefact
Webb, R. Warm-Cold Contrast. [Oil]. LARQ, Queenstown, Tasmania

60 relief prints concerned with seven different warm-cold contrasts of yellows against blue-greens and blues called Thoughts in Search of a Thinker. This was exhibited at Celia Lendis Contemporary in Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire in February 2014... Read More about Warm-Cold Contrast.

'Fifty Two Shopping Trolleys', 'Salad Dressing', 'Homeless People' and 'Some of the Buildings on the Sunset Strip'. (2013)
Physical Artefact
Sowden, T. 'Fifty Two Shopping Trolleys', 'Salad Dressing', 'Homeless People' and 'Some of the Buildings on the Sunset Strip'

As part of his ongoing research into the artists’ books produced by Ed Ruscha in the 1960s and 70s, and how these have influenced a huge raft of copycat books since, Sowden produced his homage to one of Ruscha’s most famous books, 'All of the Buildin... Read More about 'Fifty Two Shopping Trolleys', 'Salad Dressing', 'Homeless People' and 'Some of the Buildings on the Sunset Strip'..

3D reconstruction of ‘Jointed Doll’ by Josef Hartwig and Oskar Schlemmer (1923) (2013)
Physical Artefact
Walters, P., Eisenmann, M., & Peebles, E. 3D reconstruction of ‘Jointed Doll’ by Josef Hartwig and Oskar Schlemmer (1923)

This output brings together research in the visual arts and new fabrication technologies. The project focuses on the reconstruction by 3D printing of the ‘Jointed Doll’ (1923) originally designed and made at the Bauhaus in Weimar by Josef Hartwig and... Read More about 3D reconstruction of ‘Jointed Doll’ by Josef Hartwig and Oskar Schlemmer (1923).

The Cinemapping App (prototype) (2012)
Physical Artefact
Crofts, C. The Cinemapping App (prototype)

The Cinemapping App maps Bristol's screen heritage so you can experience local cinema history in the places where it actually happened, from Cary Grant's memories of the Clare St Picture House to the unsolved murder of Odeon manager Robert Parrington... Read More about The Cinemapping App (prototype).

The Cinemapping App (prototype) (2012)
Physical Artefact
Crofts, C. The Cinemapping App (prototype)

The Cinemapping App maps Bristol's screen heritage so you can experience local cinema history in the places where it actually happened, from Cary Grant's memories of the Clare St Picture House to the unsolved murder of Odeon manager Robert Parrington... Read More about The Cinemapping App (prototype).

The curzon memories app (2012)
Physical Artefact
Crofts, C. The curzon memories app

The project piloted locative technologies to develop a smartphone application that provides a digital tour of the interior and exterior of the Curzon Community Cinema in Clevedon using GPS and QR Codes respectively to trigger dramatisations and oral... Read More about The curzon memories app.

Insects au gratin (2012)
Physical Artefact
Walters, P., Spears, K., Kupfer, P., & Soars, S. Insects au gratin

Insects Au Gratin looks for new ways of consuming insects and debates the nutritive and environmental aspects of insects as human food. By combining entomophagy with emerging 3D food printing technologies, the project encourages eaters to consider mo... Read More about Insects au gratin.

Projection hero installation (2011)
Physical Artefact
Crofts, C. Projection hero installation

The Projection Hero installation operates as part of the Curzon Memories App or a stand alone exhibit. It comprises of a rabbit hutch-sized miniature cinema, with velvet and gold brocade curtains and hand-carved seats which can be operated via your... Read More about Projection hero installation.

Dinner and a Rose (2011)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. L., & Campbell, N. Dinner and a Rose

Sarah Bodman and Nancy Campbell have collaborated on a new artist’s book for the University of Dundee’s AHRC funded project Poetry Beyond Text: Vision, Text and Cognition (http://www.poetrybeyondtext.org/index.html), which has commissioned new work a... Read More about Dinner and a Rose.

The breath of the moon: Listening to tidal rhythms in the Severn Estuary (2010)
Physical Artefact
Palmer (nee Reiser), M. The breath of the moon: Listening to tidal rhythms in the Severn Estuary

Pilot sonification of the tidal rise and fall at Avonmouth on 12th June 2010. Programmed to coincide with the Bristol Festival of Nature 2010, where this artefact was exhibited.

Celebrating Paper (2010)
Physical Artefact
Hoskins, S. Celebrating Paper

9 works by Hoskins included in group exhibition curated by Peter Ford, RWA at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, 17 January - 21 February 2010. Sculpture, screens and wall-hung works included in this unusual exhibition of artwork in handmade... Read More about Celebrating Paper.

“Vela” pulsar sculpture (2010)
Physical Artefact
Walters, P., & Davies, K. “Vela” pulsar sculpture

This sculpture was created through the transformation of astrophysical data into tangible 3D form. The sculpture was 3D printed from a signal, detected by a radio telescope, which emanates from a distant star – a pulsar – located in the constellatio... Read More about “Vela” pulsar sculpture.

Untitled (2010)
Physical Artefact
Turrell, E. C. Untitled

6 pieces included in group exhibition: 'Designer Printer Maker'. Contemporary print on glass, ceramics, textiles, furniture & metal from leading UK artists Gallery: Northern Print, Stepney Bank, Newcastle, NE1 2NP Dates: 2 July-4 September 2010

Scott’s Flight: Migrating East (2010)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. L., & Sowden, T. Scott’s Flight: Migrating East

Sarah Bodman and Tom Sowden were invited to make a collaborative book 'Scott’s Flight: Migrating East' a unique reconfigured book, cut with figures of Ospreys for the 4th round of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina International Biennale for the Artist’s Bo... Read More about Scott’s Flight: Migrating East.