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Two sides to every story - letterpress printed bookworks by Andrew Morrison (2022)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2022). Two sides to every story - letterpress printed bookworks by Andrew Morrison. Printmaking Today, 31(122), 22-23

An interview with the book and letterpress artist Andrew Morrison whose studio is based in the South West of England, about his artists' books in progress that explore physical structures, phonetics and visual language.

Write Here - for Field Report (2022)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. Write Here - for Field Report. [Artist's Book]. Australia

Field Report is edited and published by David Dellafiora for Field Study, Australia. It is a report of all field workers' activity over 2021 published the following year, June 2022. Artists contribute 100 pages of their 'report' which is a documentat... Read More about Write Here - for Field Report.

A spiking neural network model of rodent head direction calibrated with landmark free learning (2022)
Journal Article
Stentiford, R., Knowles, T. C., & Pearson, M. J. (2022). A spiking neural network model of rodent head direction calibrated with landmark free learning. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 16, -. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnbot.2022.867019

Maintaining a stable estimate of head direction requires both self-motion (idiothetic) information and environmental (allothetic) anchoring. In unfamiliar or dark environments idiothetic drive can maintain a rough estimate of heading but is subject t... Read More about A spiking neural network model of rodent head direction calibrated with landmark free learning.

Primary pathways: Elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest (2022)
Journal Article
Edmonds, J., Lewis, F., & Fogg Rogers, L. (in press). Primary pathways: Elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest. International Journal of Science Education, Part B: Communication and Public Engagement, https://doi.org/10.1080/21548455.2022.2067906

Across Europe, there is concern about the number and diversity of pupils taking study routes leading to Engineering. There is growing evidence that these career choices begin to form at elementary school age (Moote et al., 2020). Science, maths and d... Read More about Primary pathways: Elementary pupils’ aspiration to be engineers and STEM subject interest.

Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities (2022)
Journal Article
Senior, T. J., Metcalfe, T., McClean, S., Wilson, A., Bowen, S., Ailes, M., & McGregor, E. (2022). Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 6(5), Article 40. https://doi.org/10.3390/mti6050040

For many living in rural areas, the loss of traditional community assets and increased social fragmentation are a common feature of everyday life. The empty village church is a poignant symbol of these challenges; yet, these are sites that hold consi... Read More about Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities.

Maxwell's disappointment and Sutton's accident (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Klein, S. (2022, May). Maxwell's disappointment and Sutton's accident. Paper presented at Print in Art, Industry and Science, Online

It has almost become somewhat of an urban legend or internet myth that James Clerk Maxwell created the first colour image and had demonstrated this at the Royal Institution in London in May 1861. He did present something, but what? In ‘The scientific... Read More about Maxwell's disappointment and Sutton's accident.

Studying how digital luthiers choose their tools (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Renney, N., Renney, H., Mitchell, T. J., & Gaster, B. R. (2022). Studying how digital luthiers choose their tools. . https://doi.org/10.1145/3491102.3517656

Digital lutherie is a sub-domain of digital craft focused on creating digital musical instruments: high-performance devices for musical expression. It represents a nuanced and challenging area of human-computer interaction that is well established an... Read More about Studying how digital luthiers choose their tools.

Artful Craft (2022)
Exhibition / Performance
Jorgensen, T. Artful Craft. [Glass, Ceramics]. Exhibited at Bovey Tracey, UK. 1 April 2022 - 2 July 2022. (Unpublished)

Celebrating our re-launch in 2022 with an exhibition focusing on the nature of craft, art and design in the 21st century. We are delighted that our president Peter Randall-Page RA, whose own work effortlessly straddles concepts in art with tradit... Read More about Artful Craft.

Read With Me (2022)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. Read With Me. [Risograph and relief print]. London/Bristol, UK

Read With Me. Extending from the experimental book project ‘Read to Me’, this book is the result of: a performative drawing event, readings by a psychometric reader, collages made during lockdown and words assembled from the dissected readings. It wa... Read More about Read With Me.

Global crafts: Woodblock prints with Wuon-Gean Ho (2022)
Digital Artefact
Ho, W. (2022). Global crafts: Woodblock prints with Wuon-Gean Ho. [https://japaninnorwich.org/2022/03/31/s2e23-global-crafts-woodblock-prints/]

This week Oliver is joined by Wuon-Gean Ho, printmaker and research associate at the University of West England’s Centre for Print Research, to discuss the place of mokuhanga, or woodblock printmaking, in the global spread of traditional crafts. Wuon... Read More about Global crafts: Woodblock prints with Wuon-Gean Ho.

Recapturing master recordings (2022)
Journal Article
Keppel-Palmer, M. (2022). Recapturing master recordings. Entertainment Law Review, 33(3), 104-109

Discusses proposals to grant musicians a right to recapture their copyrights in master recordings suggested by the Parliamentary Inquiry on the Economics of Music Streaming (2021). Reviews the US approach, the current UK position, and key difficultie... Read More about Recapturing master recordings.

New approaches with ceramic profile extrusion (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T., Fraser, S., & Lightfoot, S. (2022, March). New approaches with ceramic profile extrusion

This paper and presentation concern the development of new methods with ceramic profile extrusion with the aim of expanding the creative exploration of architectural ceramic components. The project has established fast tooling workflows for the creat... Read More about New approaches with ceramic profile extrusion.

HyperModels - A framework for GPU accelerated physical modelling sound synthesis (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Renney, H., Willemsen, S., Gaster, B. R., & Mitchell, T. J. (in press). HyperModels - A framework for GPU accelerated physical modelling sound synthesis

Physical modelling sound synthesis methods generate vast and intricate sound spaces that are navigated using meaningful parameters. Numerical based physical modelling synthesis methods provide authentic representations of the physics they model. Unfo... Read More about HyperModels - A framework for GPU accelerated physical modelling sound synthesis.

Ripley's Buttons (2022)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S., & Dixon, J. Ripley's Buttons. [Badges]. Bristol

A collaboration with poet Jeremy Dixon of Hazard Press. A limited edition of 50 sets of 6 text and image badges in tribute to 'The Talented Mr Ripley' by Patricia Highsmith.

Emissions from municipal solid waste (MSW) and its potential for energy production (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Umar, T. (2022, March). Emissions from municipal solid waste (MSW) and its potential for energy production. Presented at International Conference on Energy Conservation and Efficiency (ICECE), Pakistan

The adverse impact of the energy production from fossil fuels is now well recognised globally. Likewise, reduction in emissions is the key to tackle climate change issues and achieve environmental sustainability. Therefore, the move towards renewable... Read More about Emissions from municipal solid waste (MSW) and its potential for energy production.

Niamh Fahy - Printmaking contemporary practice - Visiting lecturer Limerick School of Art and Design (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Fahy, N. (2022, March). Niamh Fahy - Printmaking contemporary practice - Visiting lecturer Limerick School of Art and Design. Presented at Limerick School of Art & Design, Ireland, Limerick School of Art & Design, Ireland

Print Contemporary Practice (PCP) programme is delighted to invite all students to an online talk to be delivered by the PCP Alumni and Ph.D. student Niamh Fahy on Friday, March 11th, at 10:00 am to talk about her artistic and academic journey since... Read More about Niamh Fahy - Printmaking contemporary practice - Visiting lecturer Limerick School of Art and Design.

Sustainable engineering higher education in Oman-lessons learned from the pandemic (COVID-19), improvements, and suggestions in the teaching, learning and administrative framework (2022)
Journal Article
Honnurvali, M. S., El-Saleh, A. A., Sheikh, A. M., Goh, K., Gupta, N., & Umar, T. (2022). Sustainable engineering higher education in Oman-lessons learned from the pandemic (COVID-19), improvements, and suggestions in the teaching, learning and administrative framework. Journal of Engineering Education Transformations, 35(3), 52-69

This research study has investigated the challenges faced due to the pandemic (COVID-19). This paper further provides recommendations that can be adopted by academics, learners, and administrators to make the education system more robust and sustaina... Read More about Sustainable engineering higher education in Oman-lessons learned from the pandemic (COVID-19), improvements, and suggestions in the teaching, learning and administrative framework.