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  1. The grid

    Morrad, Annie; McArthur, Ian
    Project Anywhere Project title: The Grid   Artists: Annie Morrad: Artist/Senior Lecturer, University of Lincoln, School of Film and Media, Lincoln, UK   Dr Ian McArthur: Hybrid Practitioner/Senior Lecturer, UNSW Art & Design, UNSW Australia, Sydney, Australia   Annie Morrad is a London-based artist and musician and senior lecturer at the University of Lincoln, UK. Dr Ian McArthur is a Sydney-based hybrid practitioner, working in the domains of interdisciplinary design and sound art. These two musicians work together in a telematic digital structure formed from open source and proprietary software platforms.   Project Locations(s): London (continuous), Sydney (various months), Chongqing (various months), New York (via monthly Wave Farm Radio broadcast). Dates: 2018/2019 Duration: 12 months   Aims: The Grid is a preliminary...

  2. Streams of consciousness

    Goffin, Jeremy
    The project is based around letting go of the creative process. Most of these have never seen the light of day. The beauty of the work book process is the fact of no real judge or pressure, they are just inspired and informed by our time amongst the surf and community.

  3. Devising music

    Efthymiou, Litha
    The work that forms the body of this research includes: Compositions: • 'Myisi' for flute, electronics and dance (2015) • 'Rituals to Mould Her With' for harpsichord, electronics and dance (2017) Article: • Devising an Opera: Myisi (2017) This body of work examines the impact of devised theatre practices on two multimedia works: 'Rituals to Mould Her With' and 'Myisi'. The practice-based research uncovered the various ways in which collaboration with an interdisciplinary team of artists, historians and musicologists, within the context of a devised process, impacted the music’s structure, harmonic backbone and use of extended techniques. The accompanying article charts the four main devising phases of...

  4. Reimagining old Hispanic melisma

    Efthymiou, Litha
    The works that form the body of this research include: • 'Moments Held' for orchestra (2017) • 'Iberian Refractions' for 2 violins (2017) • 'Present Shadows' for flute, clarinet, piano, cello and double bass (2016/2017) • 'Tread Softy' for string quartet (2015) This body of research engages with the practice of melisma in the extant manuscripts of medieval Spain and asks the question: how can the purpose and sound of Old Hispanic (OH) melisma, which is irrevocably lost, be recaptured in a modern idiom? The neume shapes that make up the repertory of OH chant (c. 500-1080) provide basic detail about the music’s melodic contour, but any rhythmic...

  5. Be Your Dog

    Bartram, Angela
    Art project with participants at KARST (Plymouth UK) 2016, including a workshop and public event. Funded by the Live Art Development Agency's DIY scheme. Accompanying conference papers, exhibitions and texts.

  6. Role of Acanthamoeba in urinary tract infections

    Jayanth, Aiden M.; Elston, Tony; Mitchell, Graham H.; Alsam, Selwa
    Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is the second most common healthcare associated infections (HCAI) in England. The HCAI prevalence survey data (2011) released by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) shows that UTI’s are the second most common HCAI accounting for 17.2% of the total HCAI’s in England. Escherichia coli, Klebsiella and Proteus are Gram negative bacteria frequently associated with UTI's. More HCAI's are related to the use of urinary catheters than any other medical device. An estimated 450,000 people in the UK use catheters on a long-term basis. Uropathogens are known to form biofilms on catheters causing recurrent infections. Biofilms are...

  7. Oral history archive

    Hunt, Abigail
    The archive contains 50 interviews with men and women from Lincolnshire aged 28-100 on their experiences of working in agriculture in the county in the twentieth century. It was donated to the University of Lincoln Library in 2015.

  8. Cities of chaos

    Qabshoqa, Mohammad
    An Honourable Mention of the architectural design competition Next7. The competition focuses on the design of future cities. The design brief is to envision "What's next?" in cities and urbanism by conceiving of proposed conditions which are fundamentally different from the present. The competition "Cities of Chaos" is a proposal for a futuristic scenario that will affect urban cities from the perspective of materiality evolution and the rise of 3D Printing technology.

  9. The secret language of surfers

    Goffin, Jeremy
    Surf culture as we know it. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The socialisation of emotion and emotional responses in sport. Donnelly and Young (1988) Have discussed the significance of such expression and interaction involved in the construction and confirmation of identity in subculture. From the social bonding and friendship elements to the much pre-surf (finding out where and when the best waves are breaking on the day) and après-surf interaction (sharing stories). This typographic response is the start of a visual collection around the secret language surfers, and an exploration into...

  10. Collaborative noises: theatre and music technology in practice

    Westerside, Andrew
    Collaborative Noises: Theatre and Music Technology in Practice (2013-2016) This three-year research project is a collaboration between Dr Andrew Westerside (University of Lincoln, Principal Investigator), Proto-type Theater, Dr Jane Turner (MMU), Dr Martin Blain (MMU), and the Manchester Metropolitan University Laptop Ensemble (MMUle). Our first-stage methodology took the form of practice-as-research explorations into the relationship (in collaboration and devising) between live digital music and experimental theatre practice. These early practical sessions formed the preliminary R&D that shaped our formal research questions/imperatives. Research Imperatives • To examine the practical languages of interdisciplinary collaboration in the fields of live digital music & experimental theatre practice • To develop,...

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