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Landscapes of Past and Present
(Nine Arches Press, 2016-02)
review article: a review of the books Englaland by Steve Ely Smokestack, 2015) and Due North by Peter Riley (Shearsman, 2015)
D-Tool has been created to help support decision making during the design of products. The tool employs a product assessment spider web with eight indicators that draw attention to key considerations for the evaluation of ...
Association and Rugby Football: Two Codes, One Historiography
This chapter re-considers the relationship between the early forms of association football and rugby football in the mid-nineteenth century and argues that the traditional dichotomy between the two sports is erroneous. ...
Leveraging nature to envision (functional) space:
The word “sight” is typically associated with the visual sense of seeing, or observing, with one’s eyes. At base, the word is fundamentally concerned with “perception” in terms of perceiving what is, is to come or might ...
Notes on the Inversion of Photographic Transparency: Excerpts from Waking Ouroboros
(Royal College of Art, 2016)
This writing is excerpted from 'Waking Ouroboros', an essay that interweaves a near-future, magical realist, short fiction with speculative musings on the notions of transparency, visibility, surveillance and self-consumption. ...
Phobic Cartography: a Human-Centred, Communicative Analysis of the Cyber Threat Landscape
This paper outlines the first stages of a research project mapping the cyber threat landscape. The proliferation and interconnection of networked devices and the ever-growing numbers of users able to damage (accidentally ...
English Apocalypses and Robot Skateboards: Warren Ellis’ Futures
The 'Future' as it appears in any cultural artefact (book, film, comic...) is always polysemous; it can be prediction, speculation, warning, aspiration, and any number of other possible things. This chapter offers an ...
Dark Gnostics: Secrets, Mysteries, and OCCINT
You know, when I was a kid, I wanted to grow up and find myself living in a sixties spy series. Funny how things turn out, isn’t it? King Mob, The Invisibles. The astrologer and magician John Dee worked for Sir Francis ...
Pop Up Play: A Digital Creative Play Space
(Digital Creativity - Taylor and Francis, 2016-06-29)
This article discusses the research findings from a year-long investigation funded by a Digital R&D for the Arts grant. The overarching aims of this research project were to understand how arts and cultural organisations ...
An initial pilot animation funded by DMU Local has been created to inform viewers of the signs and symptoms on TB and where to go to seek advice and treatment. The animation has purposefully been created to be visually ...