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Megalithic stone animism and sonorous potential (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Vivian, P. (2023, July). Megalithic stone animism and sonorous potential. Paper presented at Sound and Photography, Tate Liverpool

The paper documents recent work across megalithic sites in the UK relating to recorded sounds from the 4-5000 year old stones within these sites.

Telematic dreaming 05 (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Sermon, P. (2005). Telematic dreaming 05. [DVD/brochure]. 2 July 2023 - 24 August 2005. (Unpublished)

5th LOCUS (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Shadbolt, R. 5th LOCUS. 27 June 2023 - 14 July 2008. (Unpublished)

The LOCUS exhibition is a part of the programme aiming to promote exchange between the Asagaya College of Art and Design in Tokyo and the Norwich School of Art and Design in Norwich. Since 2004, the two schools of art and design in Tokyo and in the U... Read More about 5th LOCUS.

KLANGELN VIII (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Lemke, H. (2006). KLANGELN VIII. [Brochure]. 24 June 2023 - 30 July 2006. (Unpublished)

Dancing the Blues: An interdisciplinary collaboration between artists and therapists (2023)
Journal Article
Thurston, S., Griffin, J., Davismoon, S., Omylinska-Thurston, J., & Karkou, V. (2023). Dancing the Blues: An interdisciplinary collaboration between artists and therapists. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 14(2), 159-174. https://doi.org/10.1386/jaah_00107_1

Creative practice differs widely across the contexts of artistic performance and therapy. In this article the authors describe a novel example of how the otherwise separate fields of choreographic practices and dance movement psychotherapy (DMP) have... Read More about Dancing the Blues: An interdisciplinary collaboration between artists and therapists.

Designing the Metaverse for Gen Z (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Miah, A. (2023, June). Designing the Metaverse for Gen Z. Presented at Youth Marketing Strategy, London

Innovating free-to-air broadcasting: Social value, broadcast content, and personal mobile communications. (2023)
Book Chapter
Simpson, S., & Rashid, I. (2023). Innovating free-to-air broadcasting: Social value, broadcast content, and personal mobile communications. In M. Puppis, & C. Ali (Eds.), Public service media’s contribution to society (175–192). Goteborg: Nordicom. https://doi.org/10.48335/9789188855756-9

This chapter analyses recent evidence of efforts by broadcast players to move into personal mobile communications through the delivery of broadcast content to smartphones. It explores innovation strategies related to the broadcast distribution channe... Read More about Innovating free-to-air broadcasting: Social value, broadcast content, and personal mobile communications..

Peace games (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Sermon, P. Peace games. [Interactive Second Life Installation]. 28 May 2023 - 6 July 2008. (Unpublished)

Welcome to Peace Games, where Second Life and First Life converge in a bizarre peace talks charade that reflects the absurd face of global politics. Peace Games by Paul Sermon, exhibited at: GAMES: Kunst und Politik der Spiele Concept and Organisatio... Read More about Peace games.

‘Hello Big Ears’: Reporting royalty in the provincial press (2023)
Book Chapter
O'Reilly, C. (2023). ‘Hello Big Ears’: Reporting royalty in the provincial press. In A. Beck, & R. Keeble (Eds.), Reporting Royalty: Analysing the Media and the Monarchy (18-22). London: MGM Books

Against the backdrop of the first coronation in 70 years, polls reflecting the changing public mood music about the British royal family, and an historic series of courtroom battles between Prince Harry and Britain's biggest selling newspapers, here... Read More about ‘Hello Big Ears’: Reporting royalty in the provincial press.

Dry River (2023)
Book
Rouverol, A. (2023). Dry River. Manchester, UK: Bridge House Publishing

Sara Greystone’s career as a public defender is spiraling after a disastrous court case, and now her husband’s IT career is also in jeopardy. A move to California is supposed to get them both back on their feet, but the state is in the midst of a cri... Read More about Dry River.

“Goulash socialism” vs feminism? Beauvoir in Hungary (2023)
Book Chapter
Hurley, U., & Naray-Davey, S. (2023). “Goulash socialism” vs feminism? Beauvoir in Hungary. In J. Bullock, & P. Henry-Tierney (Eds.), Translating Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex: Transnational Framing, Interpretation, and Impact (83-104). New York: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003363767-7

This chapter seeks to illuminate the ways in which cultural and historical conditions in Hungary have made aspects of Beauvoir’s thought less legible in the socialist and post-socialist context. Setting out these conditions, the chapter goes on to in... Read More about “Goulash socialism” vs feminism? Beauvoir in Hungary.

Super-Duper Objects (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Tait, A. Super-Duper Objects. [Mixed-Media Ceramics]. Exhibited at Salford Museum and Gallery. 29 April 2023 - 10 September 2023. (Unpublished)

Angela Tait is a sculptor who works primarily in the medium of clay. She is interested in both the sculptural possibilities of ceramics and where it fits into our everyday domestic lives. In her paper ‘Craft as Aesthetic Position’ (2011), curator a... Read More about Super-Duper Objects.

Alma’s (Not) Normal: Normalising Working-Class Women in/on BBC TV Comedy (2023)
Journal Article
Minor, L. (2023). Alma’s (Not) Normal: Normalising Working-Class Women in/on BBC TV Comedy. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 20(2), 137-161. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2023.0665

This article examines the BBC sitcom Alma’s Not Normal and its representation of white working-class femininities in/on British TV comedy. After The Royle Family creator Caroline Aherne’s death in July 2017, the BBC created a bursary in memory of t... Read More about Alma’s (Not) Normal: Normalising Working-Class Women in/on BBC TV Comedy.

Building a timeline for LGBTQ+ Global Cinemas (1895-2019): Movie Production Trends from a Collaborative Internet Cinema Database (2023)
Journal Article
Hernandez Perez, M., & Sanchéz Soriano, J. (2023). Building a timeline for LGBTQ+ Global Cinemas (1895-2019): Movie Production Trends from a Collaborative Internet Cinema Database. Journal of Film and Video, 75(1), 46-61. https://doi.org/10.5406/19346018.75.1.04

This paper examines the role of cinema as a reflection of reality and social change. IMDb (Internet Movie Database) was employed as the main data source in order to examine the representation of LGBTQ+ in global cinema in parallel with the analysis o... Read More about Building a timeline for LGBTQ+ Global Cinemas (1895-2019): Movie Production Trends from a Collaborative Internet Cinema Database.

Telematic dreaming - FEEDBACK (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Sermon, P. Telematic dreaming - FEEDBACK. [Telematic Art Installation]. 30 March 2023 - 30 June 2007. (Unpublished)

Telematic Dreaming - A live telematic video installation, linking two remote sites at the Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial in Gijon, Spain for the FEEDBACK Exhibition. This installation was originally produced for the "Koti" exhibition at... Read More about Telematic dreaming - FEEDBACK.

37 funny fragments: the UoS comedy and performance art project assemblage (2023)
Journal Article
Wilkie, I., & Talbot, R. (2023). 37 funny fragments: the UoS comedy and performance art project assemblage. Comedy Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/2040610X.2023.2188834

What follows is an account of the ongoing University of Salford (UoS) Comedy and Performance Art Project. This has evolved into a series of staged and recorded ‘Non-Events’ that broadly seek to uncover any interactions between the fields of Comedy... Read More about 37 funny fragments: the UoS comedy and performance art project assemblage.

Imagining the Metaverse (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Miah, A. (2023, March). Imagining the Metaverse. Presented at Data 2023, London

Sound And Vision - A Night of Live Music and Improvisation (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Robinson, P., France, T., Dewhurst, R., & Court, A. Sound And Vision - A Night of Live Music and Improvisation. [Video]. 23 March 2023 - 23 March 2023. (Unpublished)

The performance is a 45-minute long continuous act in which 3 music performers improvise based on a pre-agreed scale, but in response to a live sketch being drawn on the iPad and projected on a large screen behind them. The sketch is produced in proc... Read More about Sound And Vision - A Night of Live Music and Improvisation.