Now showing items 21-30 of 32
Music Experience and Behaviour in Young People : 2008 National Survey
The first report of an academic longitudinal study examining the online music consumption habits of 14-24 year olds in the UK. The findings were based on a national survey of more than 1000 respondents.
Economies of Plagiarism: The i-Map & Information Gathering
(University of Michigan Press, 2008)
The Art of Psychographics
Six Feet Under : In Requiem
(University Press of Kentucky, 2008)
Double take : Rotoscoping and the Processing of Performance
In 1915 the Fleischer brothers, Max and Dave, developed a device known as the “rotoscope” which allowed the artist to trace over the original film footage frame by frame to make a more life-like rendition for animation. ...
joint photographic exhibition with Daniel Marques
Fluid Typography : Defining a New Form of Temporal Typography
Theorists including Michael Worthington (1998) and Jessica Helfand (1994) recognise in temporal media the capacity to add additional dimensions to typography. ‘Type in motion’ is indeed an established field of typographic ...
The enigma of Vitruvian resonating vases and the relevance of the concept for today
The clarity of sound within Greek or Roman theatres (without any form of enhancement) will be impressive to any visitor. The seats arranged in curved rows around the circular orchestra form large horizontal reflecting ...
Editorial: the problem of interpretation in research in the visual and performing arts
In the context of academic research, depending on a community's worldview, interpretation will be a benefit or a problem. The definition of interpretation, its relevance and role in academic research and, as a result, the ...
Cryptosphere : Mapping Paradise [Large modular sculptural system]
(Royal Geographical Society, 2008)
Cryptosphere was an exhibition, residency, conference and publication based on my original research and artistic response to the map collection of the Royal Geographical Society, London. It was funded by the Leverhulme ...