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'A certain danger': Contemporary performer engagement with the texts and methodology of Robert Lepage.
(Canadian Journal of Practice-based Research in Theatre, 2009-10)
Between September 2008 and February 2009, a cohort of third year Drama Studies undergraduates at De Montfort University (DMU) in the UK adapted and then performed ‘The Seven Streams of the River Ota’ by Robert Lepage and ...
A catalogue of problems: database design issues in the context of historical data series
(Hellenic Ministry of Culture Directorate of the National Archive of Monuments, 2008)
Exhibition catalogues would seem at first glance to be ideal for conversion to a database to allow more effective interrogation of the data. Objects (exhibits) come with ready made descriptions and metadata. In the case ...
Complexity, Ambiguity And Uncertainty: A User-Centred Approach To Maximising Access And Use Of Event-Based Cultural Heritage Data
(Budapest : Archaeolingua, 2008., 2008)
Current EU (FP7) funded research priorities in the cultural heritage domain understandably favour projects that address generic and large scale systemic issues such as barriers to mass digitisation, automated content capture ...
Little White Feather and the Hunter2
(Commissions East, 2008)
Little White Feather and the Hunter is a 40min, colour, stereo video and book, conceived, filmed and edited by artist Anna Lucas. Commissioned by Commissions East with Essex County Council, funded by Arts Council England ...
Revisiting "No to spectacle": self unfinished and Véronique Doisneau.
(Narr Francke Attempto Verlag GmbH + Co. KG., 2008)
This essay presents readings of Jérôme Bel's 'Veronique Doisneau' and Xavier Le Roy's 'Self Unfinished' that examines the social and political implications of their use of experimental artistic strategies. It places these ...
Lost and found: the mincer
This paper discusses the author’s Mincer: an ‘evolved’ sound generating object of which the mechanical properties and physical material of a meat mincer (grinder) are exploited. Through looking at the Mincer in detail, ...
Courting failure: women and the law in twentieth-century literature
(University of Akron Press, 2007)
For the past twenty years, the law and literature movement has been gaining ground. More recently, a feminist perspective has enriched the field. With Courting Failure: Women and the Law in Twentieth-Century Literature, ...
Shifting borders: solo exhibition with catalogue
Family Firms, Innovation and Networks: the Interwar British Printed Textile Industry
This paper will consider the role of family firms, the Chandlerian ‘modern business enterprise’ and networks in the British printed textile industry during the harsh competitive and macroeconomic ...