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Who do you trust when you can no longer trust your own mind? Emma's life has always been a struggle, and now she's been accepted at a prestigious music school, she is determined to excel. But when the impossibly chic ...
Interest In The Commercial? Using Commercial Design Projects In Pedagogy
(INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING AND PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION 3 & 4 SEPTEMBER 2015, LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY, DESIGN SCHOOL, LOUGHBOROUGH, UK, 2015-09)
This paper considers the issues surrounding the use of live commercial design research projects as teaching material for Product Design students. The premise for the paper is based around the Design Unit, a design and ...
Testament: in an Embankment Garden
(Nottingham Poetry Society, 2016-09)
The Doll's House
Helena is an au pair in Paris, discovering the city and looking after two privileged and beautiful little girls: Sophie and Matilde. But the longer Helena works for the family, the more the attraction between herself ...
Deus in Machina: The Modern Mythopoesis of Colossus: The Forbin Project
Based on an examination of the film Colossus: The Forbin Project, this study considers myth, cinema, and Science Fictions as three manifestations of a single human drive, namely the desire to interpret and understand our ...
'Wide margins': Finding Performance in the Border and Borders in Performance
(Keywords: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, 2017)
Machines, Minds, and Mandrakes: New Narratives for an Old Battle
Machines, Minds, and Mandrakes: New Narratives for an Old Battle I am a combat epistemologist. (It’s my job to study hostile philosophies, and disrupt them. Charles Stross, The Annihilation Score) There ...
You can’t always get what you want: Change management in Higher Education
(Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2014)
This paper qualitatively describes an attempt to enhance curriculum design and delivery processes in universities through the development and introduction of new information systems and procedures. It examines the experiences ...
Artefact of Vision
(Southern Graphics Council International, 2015)
The theme “Distortion” celebrates our subjective view of the world and calls for prints which require a unique vantage point, both physically as well as conceptually, in order to be read. This topic draws upon the tricks ...
(Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory, 2018)
RE:PRINT edited by Véronique Chance and Duncan Ganley, brings together the work of twenty contemporary artists working in the field of expanded printmaking, to explore the relationship between print media, interdisciplinary ...