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Transatlantic women’s literature
(Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
0 to 10,000,000 (commission for Oxford University Biochemistry Department)
Context The Biochemistry Department at Oxford University in collaboration with architects Hawkins Brown commissioned four artists to make permanent art works for their new building. The project was called Saltbridges ...
The Okinawa Dragon
(Five Leaves Publications, 2008-06)
Jack deals in cardboard, selling expensive and rare gaming cards to rich collectors. He makes plenty of money, travelling the world. He meets millionaire Henri, the man who has everything. Well, almost everything. Henri ...
Show Me Your Garden And I Shall Tell You What You Are
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2008)
(Chatto and Windus, 2008-03-28)
It's 1997 and party girl Frankie Cavanagh has just started working in the City, experiencing life on the trading floor in all its sweaty, macho madness. She plunges headfirst into the frenzy of the financial markets as ...
Echo (commission for the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust)
This research investigates how the re-‐presentation of landscape, through sculptural means, can highlight the visibility of the constancy of mutability within the natural world. It aims to use the materiality of a speciﬁc ...
'Multimodal literature 'moves' us: dynamic movement and embodiment in VAS: An Opera In Flatland'
(Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, 2008)
Multimodality is a recent academic development, fuelling a surge of related research (Kress/van Leeuwen 1996; 2001; Baldry/Thibault 2006; Royce/Bowcher 2007). In parallel to this, the turn of the millennium has seen an ...
This permanently-sited sculptural intervention, funded by the EU Leader + programme, makes a contribution to understanding the implicitly kinetic nature of sculptural experience, and the relationship between object and ...
Unlocking Lutyens: A Gateway to the Hidden Legacy of John Pell and Sir Christopher Wren
(Cambridge University Press, 2008)
The design of the ‘Arch of Remembrance’ in Leicester by Sir Edwin Lutyens, offers the opportunity of a unique insight into the design methods of the architect in the latter half of his career. These were characterised by ...