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Hidden but not lost; Exploring the Great Hall at Boughton House
(University of Siena, Department of History and Cultural Heritage, 2016-03-26)
This is an abstract of a presentation delivered at CAA2015 in Siena which describes preliminary doctoral research on the creation of high resolution, textured digital reconstructions and novel visualisations of several ...
The Philosophy Book
(Dorling Kindersley, 2011)
Two chapters on The Modern World and Contemporary Philosophy (everything from Nietzsche to Žižek) written for those new to philosophy.
Levinas, Storytelling and Anti-storytelling
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2013-02)
The telling of tales is always a troubling business, and the way in which we tell stories about ourselves and about others always involves a degree of ethical risk. Levinas, Storytelling and Anti-Storytelling explores the ...
The Descent of the Lyre
(Roman Books, 2012-08)
It is the early nineteenth century, and the Bulgarian village of Gela, the legendary home of Orpheus, is suffering under the heavy taxation and arbitrary justice of Ottoman rule. When his bride-to-be is abducted the night ...
The Trouble with Happiness
(Five Leaves Press, 2012-09)
A creative non-fiction exploration of the trouble with happiness, by way of an encounter with a rum-drinking philosopher in inner-city Birmingham.
Ronttu ja merimies
The Finnish translation of "The Snorgh and the Sailor"
(Comune di frascati, 2011-10-01)
‘Armonia’ was an opportunity to present work in relation to the highly respected Italian sculptor Paolo Mayol. (Mayol has exhibited in major venues throughout Italy: Castel St Angelo Rome 2007, Palazzo Valentini 2010, ...
Adam Gillam, Joe Orton, Kenneth Halliwell
This exhibition brought together a rare opportunity to view a selection of the defaced dust jackets by the late Joe Orton and his lover Kenneth Halliwell alongside a number of artworks produced specifically for and within ...
“Inject some positive emotion” - from Liverpool with LV
In a 2012 television commercial for the British financial services company LV, a grey Volvo drifts from the centre of a bright suburban road and glances against the side of an older parked car. The door crumples and the ...
One to one to one: a triumvirate of interpersonal relationships in beginning architecture education
This paper presents a critique of the implicit and explicit conceptions of one-to-one relationships in beginning architecture design education. Over the last two decades, higher education in the UK has undergone a period ...