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Automatic for the people: Crowd-driven generative scores using Manhattan and machine vision (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Nash, C. (2021). Automatic for the people: Crowd-driven generative scores using Manhattan and machine vision

This paper details a workshop and optional public installation based on the development of situational scores that combine music notation, AI, and code to create dynamic interactive art driven by the realtime movements of objects and people in a live... Read More about Automatic for the people: Crowd-driven generative scores using Manhattan and machine vision.

Touch: Reflections on handling but not touching during the making process (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2021, December). Touch: Reflections on handling but not touching during the making process. Paper presented at Touch, virtual

The presentation provides reflections on an ongoing research enquiry which explores the clay extrusion process. A particular challenge in the project is the handling of the soft extruded shapes. The presentation outlines the challenges of minimising... Read More about Touch: Reflections on handling but not touching during the making process.

Unsupervised one-class learning for anomaly detection on home IoT network devices (2021)
Conference Proceeding
White, J., & Legg, P. (in press). Unsupervised one-class learning for anomaly detection on home IoT network devices. In 2021 International Conference on Cyber Situational Awareness, Data Analytics and Assessment (CyberSA)https://doi.org/10.1109/CyberSA52016.2021.9478248

In this paper we study anomaly detection methods for home IoT devices. Specifically, we address unsupervised one-class learning methods due to their ability to learn deviations from a single normal class. In a home IoT environment, this consideration... Read More about Unsupervised one-class learning for anomaly detection on home IoT network devices.

The craftsperson, tacit knowledge and digital embodiment (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Parraman, C., Ho, W., & D'Agnano, F. (2021, July). The craftsperson, tacit knowledge and digital embodiment. Presented at EVA, London

We are increasingly living in a world of digital interfaces, computer screens for work, VR headsets for entertainment, displays in cars and on coffee machines. Computers, robotics and AI are beginning to present new ways and possibilities that can fo... Read More about The craftsperson, tacit knowledge and digital embodiment.

The digital resurrection of Margaret Thatcher: Creative, technological and legal dilemmas in the use of deepfakes in screen drama (2021)
Journal Article
Lees, D., Bashford-Rogers, T., & Keppel-Palmer, M. (in press). The digital resurrection of Margaret Thatcher: Creative, technological and legal dilemmas in the use of deepfakes in screen drama. Convergence, 27(3), https://doi.org/10.1177/13548565211030452

This article develops from the findings of an interdisciplinary research project that has linked film practice research with computer science and law in an exercise that seeks to digitally resurrect Margaret Thatcher to play herself in a contemporary... Read More about The digital resurrection of Margaret Thatcher: Creative, technological and legal dilemmas in the use of deepfakes in screen drama.

His dark materials (2021)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2021). His dark materials. Printmaking Today, 30(118), 22-23

Ian Andrews talks to Sarah Bodman about his collaboration with a particle physics group resulting in artists’ books exploring dark matter

Lens-less capture and emerging moving imaging technologies: An investigation into the ways in which digital pinhole capture and advances in lens-less capture in imaging technologies may affect the form and content of moving images (2021)
Thesis
Williams, L. Lens-less capture and emerging moving imaging technologies: An investigation into the ways in which digital pinhole capture and advances in lens-less capture in imaging technologies may affect the form and content of moving images. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6726592

This thesis is a practice-led enquiry that investigates the creative potential of pinhole video, a new imaging technique which is undocumented elsewhere. Although fixed pinhole image capture has been possible since the advent of chemical photography... Read More about Lens-less capture and emerging moving imaging technologies: An investigation into the ways in which digital pinhole capture and advances in lens-less capture in imaging technologies may affect the form and content of moving images.

Automatic for the people: Two pieces of crowd-driven music (2021)
Exhibition / Performance
Nash, C. Automatic for the people: Two pieces of crowd-driven music. [http://nash.audio/manhattan/tenor2020/performance.mp4]. Performed at Hamburg, Germany. 10 May 2021 - 13 May 2021. (Unpublished)

A video presenting excepts from two pieces of live generative works developed for BBC Music Day 2018, performed continuously throughout the day on the busy main platform of Bristol railway station. Both pieces are generated (and played) live using th... Read More about Automatic for the people: Two pieces of crowd-driven music.

Three observations on filming tactility and movement in crafts-based practice: A preliminary investigation (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Ho, W. (2021). Three observations on filming tactility and movement in crafts-based practice: A preliminary investigation. https://doi.org/10.7577/formakademisk.4407

This extended abstract accompanies a research film submission. This film makes three observations on the filming of tactility and movement in order to adequately convey tacit knowledge in embodied ways. The author, Wuon-Gean Ho, studied the craft... Read More about Three observations on filming tactility and movement in crafts-based practice: A preliminary investigation.

Spending time within books (2021)
Book Chapter
Bodman, S. L. (2021). Spending time within books. In C. Benjamin Schulz, V. Hildebrand-Schat, & K. Bazarnik (Eds.), Refresh the Book: On the Hybrid Nature of the Book in the Age of Electronic Publishing (221-245). Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004443556

In my work as a researcher in the field of artists’ books, I encounter new books on a daily basis. Artists send information on their publications to go into the Book Arts Newsletter or the biennial Artist’s Book Yearbook, or write about their work fo... Read More about Spending time within books.

The Herbarium – World Book Night 2021 (2021)
Exhibition / Performance
Bodman, S., Campbell, N., & Parr, L. The Herbarium – World Book Night 2021. [artists' books, paper, letterpress, textiles, etc.]. Exhibited at Bristol, UK. 23 April 2021 - 23 May 2021. (Unpublished)

Co-curated with Linda Parr for World Book Night 2021. WBN United artists invited participants to search for flowers in a book or poem. The text could have a flowery title, be about flowers or the mention of flowers, perhaps even prompting a new artis... Read More about The Herbarium – World Book Night 2021.

"Flight of fancy" A retrospective of prints that fly (2021)
Exhibition / Performance
Hoskins, S. "Flight of fancy" A retrospective of prints that fly. [https://www.impact11.hk/application/en/?type=exhibition]. Exhibited at Hong Kong. 20 April 2021 - 25 June 2021. (Unpublished)

Stephen Hoskins has been making kite and aeroplane prints for the last forty years. Inspired by an Uncle who made model aeroplanes in the 1950’s. The prints are as much about the craft of making, as they are a gentle delight in challenging the notion... Read More about "Flight of fancy" A retrospective of prints that fly.

BABE – The Lost Weekend Arnolfini, Bristol – online (2021)
Exhibition / Performance
Bodman, S., Butler, A., Sowden, T., & Owen, P. BABE – The Lost Weekend Arnolfini, Bristol – online. [artists' books, videos]. Exhibited at Bristol, UK. 17 April 2021 - 18 April 2021. (Unpublished)

Sat 17th April – Sun 18th April 2021 Bristol Artist’s Book Event at Arnolfini presented works by over 160 book artists and small publishers from around the world, online over the weekend. We had submissions of books and videos from artists and pub... Read More about BABE – The Lost Weekend Arnolfini, Bristol – online.

Dream lunch (2021)
Journal Article
Ho, W. (2021). Dream lunch. World Wide Wontons,

Wuon-Gean Ho’s Dream Lunch looks at personal depictions of food and consider how these have changed in recent months of solitude. Wuon-Gean reflects on how printmaking has some parallels with cooking, in the gathering of ingredients with a goal in mi... Read More about Dream lunch.

Seeing It On Television (2021)
Book
Lees, D., & Sexton, M. (2021). Seeing It On Television. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing

Seeing It on Television: Televisuality in the Contemporary US ‘High-end’ Series is co-authored by Dominic Lees and Max Sexton. The book is a detailed study of aesthetics in contemporary US television drama. It examines a range of cultural, technolog... Read More about Seeing It On Television.

Visual illusions modulate body perception disturbance and pain in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A randomized trial (2021)
Journal Article
Lewis, J. S., Newport, R., Taylor, G., Smith, M., & McCabe, C. S. (in press). Visual illusions modulate body perception disturbance and pain in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A randomized trial. European Journal of Pain, https://doi.org/10.1002/ejp.1766

Background: Effective treatment of longstanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a challenge, as causal mechanisms remain elusive. People with CRPS frequently report distorted subjective perceptions of their affected limb. Evidence of pain re... Read More about Visual illusions modulate body perception disturbance and pain in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A randomized trial.

Creativity in children's digital music composition (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Nash, C., Ford, C., & Bryan-Kinns, N. (in press). Creativity in children's digital music composition

Composing is a neglected area of music education. To increase participation, many technologies provide open-ended interfaces to motivate child autodidactic use, drawing influence from Papert’s LOGO philosophy (to support children’s learning through p... Read More about Creativity in children's digital music composition.