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The material image: Artists’ approaches to reproducing texture in art (2016)
Journal Article
Parraman, C. (2016). The material image: Artists’ approaches to reproducing texture in art. International Journal of Arts Theory and History, 11(4), 33-44

Since the introduction of computers, there has been a desire to improve the appearance of computer-generated objects in virtual spaces and to display the objects within complex scenes exactly as they appear in reality. This is a straightforward proce... Read More about The material image: Artists’ approaches to reproducing texture in art.

Textile Led Sustainable Innovation for Sportswear (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Morgan, L., Kane, F., Tyrer, J., & Shen, J. (2016, December). Textile Led Sustainable Innovation for Sportswear. Presented at The End of Fashion, College of Creative Arts, Massey University Wellington, New Zealand

Liberatura, literatura i książka artystyczna: kontekst, treść i istotne znaczenie materiału (Liberature, literature and the artist’s book: Context, content and material meaning) (2016)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. L. (2016). Liberatura, literatura i książka artystyczna: kontekst, treść i istotne znaczenie materiału (Liberature, literature and the artist’s book: Context, content and material meaning)

A reflection on the relationship between Liberature and artists’ books. The majority of artists creating books have been drawn into their creative pathway through a passion for physical books themselves. Whether literature or Liberature, the publicat... Read More about Liberatura, literatura i książka artystyczna: kontekst, treść i istotne znaczenie materiału (Liberature, literature and the artist’s book: Context, content and material meaning).

Tell it to the Bees (2016)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. L. (2016). Tell it to the Bees. Printmaking Today, 25(4), 17-17

Sarah Bodman talks to Sarah Nicholls about letterpress and linocut, her popular pamphlet series and a recent artist’s residency in Chicago

Laser Moulding For Textiles: Supporting Sustainable Design and Manufacture (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Morgan, L. (2016, November). Laser Moulding For Textiles: Supporting Sustainable Design and Manufacture. Paper presented at Circular Transitions, Mistra Future Fashion Conference on Textile Design and the Circular Economy, November 23–24, 2016,, Chelsea College of Arts & Tate Britain, London

This paper considers the potential for digital laser technology to facilitate sustainable innovation in the field of textile design and manufacture enabling transition towards a circular economy. Using recent design research as a case study, it discu... Read More about Laser Moulding For Textiles: Supporting Sustainable Design and Manufacture.

The performance of the print (2016)
Thesis
Moseley, P. The performance of the print. (Thesis). University of the West of England

The physical presence of contemporary photographs – whether as magazine, hoarding, wet chemistry, museum displays, inkjet prints or on-screen displays – is subordinate to the content of the image. However, resurgence of interest in the autographic o... Read More about The performance of the print.

Variables that affect colour in digital textile printing (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Gooby, B. (2016, September). Variables that affect colour in digital textile printing. Poster presented at PICS 2016 Progress in Colour Studies

The development of digital printing is a major change within the textile design process as a designer is no longer restricted to number of colours, repeat patterns, and may include photographic images and intricate detail. With digital print it is n... Read More about Variables that affect colour in digital textile printing.

3D printed ceramics: Current challenges and future potential (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Huson, D., & Vaughan, K. (2016, September). 3D printed ceramics: Current challenges and future potential. Paper presented at Printing for Fabrication 2016 (NIP32)

Conference paper given at the 32nd International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies (NIP). Materials and processes for additive layer manufacture have advanced considerably in the last few years and have moved the application of the techn... Read More about 3D printed ceramics: Current challenges and future potential.

Turning the pages (2016)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. L. (2016). Turning the pages. Printmaking Today, 25(2), 17

Sarah Bodman talks to Jules Allen, founder of ‘turn the page’, and discovers the secrets of the success of this unique artist’s book festival in the heart of Norwich.

Textiles design research: from chemistry to craft, towards sustainable design innovation (2016)
Conference Proceeding
Kane, F., Morgan, L., Akiwowo, K., & Tyrer, J. (2016). Textiles design research: from chemistry to craft, towards sustainable design innovation. https://doi.org/10.7190/ead/2015/66

Academic research in textile design has traditionally been dominated by technical studies situated with science and engineering knowledge frameworks. Increasingly textile designers are undertaking research into technical areas with creative intention... Read More about Textiles design research: from chemistry to craft, towards sustainable design innovation.

Hybrid auxetic foam and perforated plate composites for human body support (2016)
Journal Article
Walters, P., Remillat, C. D., Filho Ribeiro, S. L., Mohanraj, H., Filho Ribeiro, S. L. M., Panzera, T. H., …Peng, H. X. (2016). Hybrid auxetic foam and perforated plate composites for human body support. physica status solidi (b), 253(7), 1378-1386. https://doi.org/10.1002/pssb.201600106

© 2016 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim The article describes the design, manufacturing, modelling and testing of a hybrid composite support made from auxetic open cell foam liners and curved thermoplastic plates with rhomboidal perforati... Read More about Hybrid auxetic foam and perforated plate composites for human body support.

ABBE (2016)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. L. (2016). ABBE

A report on the Artists’ Books Brisbane Event.

An honourable practice: The artist’s print as a strategy for social engagement (2016)
Thesis
Frimodig, K. E. An honourable practice: The artist’s print as a strategy for social engagement. (Thesis). University of the West of England

An Honourable Practice is a cohesive study of the operative and ethical framework around the role of the artist and printmaker. The research project uses the artist’s prints as a strategy for social engagement, drawing on the dynamic between a person... Read More about An honourable practice: The artist’s print as a strategy for social engagement.

Human automation & the post-digital print (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Laidler, P. (2016, February). Human automation & the post-digital print. Paper presented at 104th Annual Conference of the College Art Association (CAA)

Today we are surrounded by digital systems; machines and devices that offer countless possibilities for producing graphic artefacts that are unique to this period. Similarly the distinction between whether or not something is digital or physical appe... Read More about Human automation & the post-digital print.

Livres d'artistes et micro-éditions, perspectives sur l'avenir du livre à l'ère de la publication de masse (2016)
Book Chapter
Bodman, S. L. (2016). Livres d'artistes et micro-éditions, perspectives sur l'avenir du livre à l'ère de la publication de masse. In C. Schwartz, G. Acezat, D. De Beir, & O. Delleaux (Eds.), Edith, 60-69. ESADHaR

The proceedings of the international conference "An atlas of desktop publishing : what roads to what issues ?" Aimed to start thinking in the fields of art and graphic design of a territory, border to border , in France as in the rest of the world. B... Read More about Livres d'artistes et micro-éditions, perspectives sur l'avenir du livre à l'ère de la publication de masse.

A study in pink, red, black and white (2016)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. L. (2016). A study in pink, red, black and white. Printmaking Today, 25(1), 17

Sarah Bodman examines some artists’ books by Guy Bigland, Amir Brito Cadôr, Egidija Čiricaitė and Sophie Loss, which respond to paintings.

Revisiting Richard Hamilton’s typo-topography of Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass (2016)
Journal Article
Laidler, P. (2016). Revisiting Richard Hamilton’s typo-topography of Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass. Print Quarterly, 33(1), 18-26

The production of fine art prints has a longstanding relationship with the collaborative print studio, where artists work together with master printers to realize and produce printed artworks. The collaboration between artist and print studio has pre... Read More about Revisiting Richard Hamilton’s typo-topography of Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass.

How red is Cadmium red? (2016)
Journal Article
Parraman, C., & Mottram, J. (2016). How red is Cadmium red?

Interest in the colour reproduction of artworks and artefacts is gaining more significance, as it is now recognised that some artefacts are too delicate to be exhibited and some important landmarks are no longer around due to damage by war or climate... Read More about How red is Cadmium red?.