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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),

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.

‘You wouldn’t get that from watching TV!’: Exploring audience responses to virtual reality non-fiction in the home (2020)
Journal Article
Rose, M., David-Green, , Chris-Bevan, , Harry-Farmer, , Kirsten-Cater, , & Danae-Stanton-Fraser, . (in press). ‘You wouldn’t get that from watching TV!’: Exploring audience responses to virtual reality non-fiction in the home. Convergence, https://doi.org/10.1177/1354856520979966

Consumer virtual reality (VR) headsets (e.g. Oculus Go) have brought VR non-fiction (VRNF) within reach of at-home audiences. However, despite increase in VR hardware sales and enthusiasm for the platform among niche audiences at festivals, mainstrea... Read More about ‘You wouldn’t get that from watching TV!’: Exploring audience responses to virtual reality non-fiction in the home.

Whitehall War Graves (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Goddard, R. Whitehall War Graves. [Digital image files]. Exhibited at Weston Hall, University of West London, St. Mary's Road, London W5 5RF. 1 November 2019 - 2 November 2019. (Unpublished)

This project considers how the material of Portland stone, used as graves stones in CommonWealth War Cemeteries and in buildings in much of central London, signifies memorialisation, power, memorialisation, degradation and decay.