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Porous Market Hall, Ghent
Anarchy in the Organism (live performance version)
A new version of the installation for live concert-hall performance
Made in Italy : Rethinking a Century of Italian Design
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2013-11)
Goods made or designed in Italy enjoy a disproportionately high profile, even though, in terms of global manufacturing, Italy’s output is relatively modest. Italy’s glorious design heritage and reputation for innovation ...
Motherhood and the media under the Microscope : The backlash against feminism and the Mommy Wars
Despite the passing of sexual discrimination legislation, the difficulty of combining work and motherhood repeatedly hits the headlines. This paper looks at the American media phenomenon known as the ‘mommy wars’ and asks ...
Extention Olona Cemetery
Filmed Across the World, Made at Elstree : How television made at Elstree in the 1960s and 70s brought a global experience to the small screen
The various studios of Elstree and Borehamwood were, in the 1960s and 70s, home to globetrotting adventurers including The Saint, Department S, Jason King, Danger Man, and The Baron. ITC Entertainment reached out to global ...
On IP and secrecy Management for Innovation : the relevance of intellectual property rights to design-led start-up businesses
In their book, ‘The Smart Entrepreneur’, Clarysse and Kiefer claim that ‘Patents are particularly important when your business is not close to market, because the exclusivity afforded by a solid patent can buy you some ...
Inferring a collective concept of research from the actions of the art and design research community
This article examines output types as manifestations of different concepts of research. We compare the UK academic scene to that of Brazil, identifying the former as responding ‘bottom-up’ to researcher needs and the latter ...
On IP and secrecy : The relevance of intellectual property rights to design-led start-up businesses
This paper will unveil how design-led start-up businesses can enhance their growth potential through securing exclusive access to intellectual property (IP). Many design-led start-up companies commonly see themselves ...