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Commons Sense. Exhibition and gallery test space for citizen sensing May 2018, Knowle West Media Centre
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Glowacki, B. R., Bennett, P., Dowling, F., & King, M. (2018). Commons Sense. Exhibition and gallery test space for citizen sensing May 2018, Knowle West Media Centre

Commons Sense Test Space Every day things are being ‘sensed’ by smart technologies and data is being collected. But what information can and should be collected? Is this data being used for the common good or corporate gain? Our Commons Sense Tes... Read More about Commons Sense. Exhibition and gallery test space for citizen sensing May 2018, Knowle West Media Centre.

Trees
Digital Artefact
Flaxton, T. (2014). Trees

Created as a research artefact to explore moving image mosaics or multi level imaging on a single screen (Output 1 Practice as Research Portfolio) I will be publishing details of my Research Framework and research methodologies in the ref CV which wi... Read More about Trees.

Deuce tour: Camden people's theatre: Come as you are festival
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White, P. S., Marshman, T., & Miles, R. Deuce tour: Camden people's theatre: Come as you are festival

In June 2018 Rachael Miles and Tom Marshman presented their new performance work, Deuce, at the Arnolfini in Bristol. Deuce explores the 30th anniversary of the introduction of Section 28, the infamous legislation that banned local authorities from ‘... Read More about Deuce tour: Camden people's theatre: Come as you are festival.

RWA 2014 autumn open
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Flaxton, T. (2014). RWA 2014 autumn open

As a Royal West of England Academician I am entitled to enter two works in each years Autumn Open. As such I showed several moving image artworks works including 'Reflection on Water'. I am engaged on a project which examines the effects of entrainme... Read More about RWA 2014 autumn open.

Case studies for paper 'Perspectives of living with impaired mobility'
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Cramp, M., Morris, L., & Turton, A. Case studies for paper 'Perspectives of living with impaired mobility'

Purpose: An increasing number of people are living with impaired mobility and current assistive devices are inadequate in addressing their needs. This study explored the experiences of those living with impaired mobility, to highlight issues for cons... Read More about Case studies for paper 'Perspectives of living with impaired mobility'.

StudioD
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Gunning, L., Jones, S., & Genoves, A. StudioD

A collaborative residency at Studio D, London, with Ana Genoves, Lucy Gunning, Sarah Jones. It was concerned with researching modes of collaboration, production, exhibition and audience, and involved diverse methodologies, including both existing and... Read More about StudioD.

Laszlo's Bear
Digital Artefact
Sherwood, K. (2016). Laszlo's Bear

Short story

Orbit series of glass bowls
Digital Artefact
Jorgensen, T. (2014). Orbit series of glass bowls

This conference contribution is an exhibition of a series of glass bowls. These bowls are part of the output from the author’s investigation into a flexible tooling concepts known as Reconfigurable Pin Tooling (RPT) and the ‘Orbit’ series is the resu... Read More about Orbit series of glass bowls.

CML/CMIR camera tests Feb 2014
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Flaxton, T., & Sparke, S. CML/CMIR camera tests Feb 2014

Centre for Moving Image Research and Cinematographers Mailing Lists began testing cameras and Camera Prototypes together in February 2014. These involved Professional Cinematographers and various professional crew members (Camera Assistants, Digital... Read More about CML/CMIR camera tests Feb 2014.

Somerset hillside
Digital Artefact
Flaxton, T. (2014). Somerset hillside

Created as a research artefact to explore mosaic or multiple level moving images. The frontal lobe assessment of an image is confused first by multiplying the moving images shown and by adding binocular stereopsis(3D). Yet si far with the audience it... Read More about Somerset hillside.

Bear abouts: Blended physical and digital interfaces for children's storytelling experience
Digital Artefact
Glowacki, B. R., Wonnacott, M., Powell, E., Bargman, L., & Rose, A. (2017). Bear abouts: Blended physical and digital interfaces for children's storytelling experience

Bear Abouts is a research project into storytelling and tangible media. It was originally funded through research and development funds from Arts Council England and Innovate UK. More information is available from the Bear Abouts website: http://www.... Read More about Bear abouts: Blended physical and digital interfaces for children's storytelling experience.

Injury Prevention Briefing: Preventing unintentional injuries to the under fives: a guide for practitioners
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Hayes, M., Kendrick, D., & Deave, T. Injury Prevention Briefing: Preventing unintentional injuries to the under fives: a guide for practitioners. [pdf]

The resource Injury Prevention Briefing: Preventing unintentional injuries to the under fives: a guide for practitioners offers activities and advice focusing on preventing falls, scalds, fire-related injuries and poisonings. The Briefing draws hea... Read More about Injury Prevention Briefing: Preventing unintentional injuries to the under fives: a guide for practitioners.

Pin bowls at Collect 2014
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Jorgensen, T. (2014). Pin bowls at Collect 2014

Four glass pieces featured by the Wills Lane Galley in Collect 2014 @ The Saachi Gallery, London http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/collect-2014-catalogue/files/assets/basic-html/index.html#1

Out of the mouth of babes: 6-11 years olds reflect on learning Black historical narratives
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Sobers, S. (2015). Out of the mouth of babes: 6-11 years olds reflect on learning Black historical narratives

Working with children from Hannah More Primary School, Bristol, I brought together their reflections of working on an intensive week long Black history project with a groups of local artists. UWE BA Photography students documented the activities of t... Read More about Out of the mouth of babes: 6-11 years olds reflect on learning Black historical narratives.