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'In and Out of The Whirlpool of War'
Cherry Kearton filmed a number of newsreels about the First World War, but only 4 survive in the BFI National Film and Television Archive. Based on extensive research, this article offers the first analysis of his surviving ...
‘Dissolving Spectators: Lantern History and the Royal Polytechnic Institution’
There appear to be very few descriptions and drawings of lantern slides projected at the Royal Polytechnic Institution, compared with accounts and depictions of other kinds of magic lantern show. This paper asks firstly ...
A Response to Huitfeldt
From service to self-service: etiquette writing as design discourse 1920-1970
This article examines examples of advice literature published in Britain for what they indicate about changes in the material culture of home entertaining from 1920 to 1970. Advice writing offers ideal models of design ...
Interpolator: a two-dimensional graphical interpolation system for the simultaneous control of digital signal processing parameters
The musical use of realtime digital audio tools implies the need for simultaneous control of a large number of parameters to achieve the desired sonic results. Often it is also necessary to be able to navigate between ...
Sixgun: Tales From An Unfolded Earth
Sixgun was the final outcome of my Masters degree in Digital Practices and is significant in exploring new approaches to the hypercomic form. At its core, Sixgun was an attempt at resolving the inherent conflict between ...
Why study Wittgenstein's diagrams?
(Die Osterreichische Ludwig Wittgenstein Gesellschaft, 2001)
This was the title of a seminar that I gave at the Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen in November 1992. The present conference, at which we are undertaking a review of Wittgenstein's works 50 years after his ...
‘Us and Them’
(University of Hertfordshire Galleries, 2001)
Visual Reasoning: I see what you mean
(University of Aveiro, 2001)
This paper is a study of examples of visual reasoning from Wittgenstein. There are two key issues. First, to what extent are some lexical concepts predicated on visual examples? Cases of ostensively defined nouns such as ...