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  1. Nation, nationalism and theatre

    Bull, John
    26th annual Contemporary Drama in English conference, on “Nation, Nationalism and Theatre,” held at the University of Reading (UK) in June/July 2017. Journal of Contemporary Drama in English [special issue] 6/1

  2. Bummock: The Lace Archive [Soundtrack composition]

    McSherry, David
    30 minute music composition for Dr Andrew Bracey's animation.

  3. Pushing boundaries

    Ashman, Sinclair
    'Pushing Boundaries' was a ground-breaking exhibition organised by the Printmakers Council, of which I am an active member. The show took as its theme the centenary of the Irish revolution, and called for any print-based response to this event. It was the first Printmakers Council touring exhibition in the republic and was part of the living historical process taking place between Ireland and the UK. My response to the brief was a print, entitled ‘Moment‘. The print was directly inspired by the revolution, in that it reflected the flowering of the new nation at Easter, 1916, with all its hope, possibilities...

  4. Fourth International Bagpipe Conference

    Balosso-bardin, Cassandre; Landes, Roger; Faulker, David; Moreno, Susana; Trujillo, Candid; Torrens, Toni
    The International Bagpipe Organisation organised the Fourth International Bagpipe Conference to mark International Bagpipe Day 2018 (10 March), a celebration of the world’s diverse bagpipes and bagpiping traditions. Following the success of previous conferences, the upcoming event spread over three days, starting on Friday evening with an opening concert and ending on Sunday afternoon. The conference was held in Palma, Mallorca, where there is a rich and unbroken piping tradition. The conferences are a productive and welcoming platform for all people interested in the study of bagpipes: musicologists, ethnomusicologists, music experts, instrument makers, musicians, composers, dancers and music lovers. This event...

  5. Lack of chairs

    Morrad, Annie; McArthur, Ian
    Morrad + McArthur were invited to submit work to the touring exhibition' Alternative Documents' by the Curator and Artist Dr Angela Bartram. This work is in the form of a sound piece from three locations that is in constant flux.

  6. A funny thing happened on the way to the future: an exhibition of 50 years of alumni work 1960-2010

    Eastwood, Phil; Twells, Chloe
    TITLE: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future: An Exhibition of 50 years of Alumni work 1960 -2010 An Exhibition of fine art by selected alumni. This exhibition formed part of Hull City of Culture 2017. The Brodrick Gallery, Hull School of Art & Design, Queens Gardens, Hull, HU1 3DG DATES: 23/10/17 – 15/12/17 ABSTRACT: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future: An Exhibition of 50 years of Alumni work 1960 -2010. An Exhibition curated by Jackie Goodman, as part of a series of exhibitions to celebrate Hull City of Culture 2017. Throughout 2017, exhibitions in the...

  7. A typographic Dante

    Tullett, Barrie
    An exhibition, from a work in progress. A series of Typographic Illustrations based on Dante's Divine Comedy.

  8. The typographic Dante

    Tullett, Barrie; Dermody, Brenda; Marrinan, Carla
    The Typographic Dante is an exhibition of letterpress and typewriter art by Barrie Tullett. This is an on-going project that will illustrate each of the 100 Cantos of Dante’s Divine Comedy using a different ‘obsolete’ technology for each of the three books. The 34 Cantos of The Inferno are realised through letterpress printing, the 33 Cantos of Purgatory are created on the typewriter, and the 33 Cantos of Paradise will be illustrated with Letraset. February and March 2017, National Print Museum, Dublin

  9. Making do

    Fritz, Johanna-Maria; Carpes, Gabriel; Shlyk, Alexey; Oxby, Graeme R.
    Making Do This exhibition features work by four artists who all address, in different ways, the poignancy of continuing to exist when – and where – their existence is challenged. Each approach teaches us about what is important to them - family, fun and the snatched luxuries which make it worth persevering. Artists: Johanna-Maria Fritz, Gabriel Carpes, Alexey Shlyk, Graeme Oxby This exhibition has been curated through an international open submission process, with artists selected by a panel of experts. Including representatives from: MoMA, MACK, Foam, Magnum Photos, British Journal of Photography, The New York Times, Invisible Asia, Belfast Exposed.

  10. Print!!

    Goffin, Jeremy; Ashman, Sinclair; Voce, Brian; Stocker, John
    Artefacts of Culture Based with the board riding extreme sports of surfing, the project aims to explore the primary artefact within the Japanese printing method of Gyotaku (a method to record the fish caught). Dating back to the mid-1800s, this ‘fish printing’ method delivers a direct original impression of the surfboard (including the dings). 

The Surfboard prints focus around the hand shaped elements of the board, the fins, length and overall detailing of the dimensions. The dings (elements of the board that have been hit and dinted the glass resin, usually be the rider falling off) show the skill level and...

  11. Bummock: The Lace Archive

    Bracey, Andrew
    The Bummock is the large part of an iceberg hidden beneath the surface of the sea. The exhibition is the result of a residency that researched unseen parts of the Lace Archive as catalysts for the creation of new artworks. Three artists, Andrew Bracey, Danica Maier and Lucy Renton spent the last two and half years rummaging, exploring and making. The artworks created was shown alongside the archival material that was used as the starting point for the artists' research. The exhibition was a accompanied by a number of events including a symposium featuring papers by Sian Vaughan, Amanda Briggs-Goode,...

  12. Documents, alternatives #2

    Morrad, Annie; McArthur, Ian
    Morrad+McArthur A Lack of Chairs 2017 This is a chance encounter of three sonic assemblages; each of these entities seeks continuity but originates from a disparate place. They link themselves together through time, meeting each other through random actions, some of which only will only occur once. These entities have been sourced and gathered from various situations located from London to Sydney, only coming together in this middle ground and in this situated context. The sound and its affect is always differing throughout the event; the artists see the work as three creatures interacting in random acts forming ‘instants’ that merge to become one act of...

  13. Documents, Alternatives #1

    Bartram, Angela
    Documents, Alternatives (#1) Curated by Angela Bartram The documentation of ephemeral artwork, works made to be transient, changeable and un-fixed, is often problematic for the intent and premise of creation as it aligns itself with a particular moment, place and viewpoint in time. Lens-based methods are mostly relied upon to communicate actuality and happening and to fix the un-fixed memory of the artwork, and this is part of that problem. Effectively, this type of documentary device works in opposition to the concept of the artwork, cementing into a fragmentary history when all it wants is to be fleeting in its temporarality....

  14. Failing forward

    Ruffino, Paolo
    ITALIAN Il Colorificio inaugura il suo spazio venerdì 16 dicembre 2016 con “Failing Forward”, mostra del collettivo artistico IOCOSE – composto da Matteo Cremonesi, Filippo Cuttica, Davide Prati e Paolo Ruffino. ­­­­­­­­­­Da lungo tempo il collettivo artistico indaga la componente fallimentare all’interno del panorama contemporaneo, focalizzandosi particolarmente sulle aporie e contraddizioni dell’universo digitale. I lavori di IOCOSE, con sfrontata ironia, restituiscono le lacune del progresso evidenziando come la continua proiezione in avanti porti a un collasso del presente. Da qui il titolo “Failing Forward”, una condizione fallimentare inevitabile, reiterata nel futuro, immediato o prossimo che sia. Due sono le opere esposte, First...

  15. Failing forward

    Ruffino, Paolo
    ITALIAN Il Colorificio inaugura il suo spazio venerdì 16 dicembre 2016 con “Failing Forward”, mostra del collettivo artistico IOCOSE – composto da Matteo Cremonesi, Filippo Cuttica, Davide Prati e Paolo Ruffino. ­­­­­­­­­­Da lungo tempo il collettivo artistico indaga la componente fallimentare all’interno del panorama contemporaneo, focalizzandosi particolarmente sulle aporie e contraddizioni dell’universo digitale. I lavori di IOCOSE, con sfrontata ironia, restituiscono le lacune del progresso evidenziando come la continua proiezione in avanti porti a un collasso del presente. Da qui il titolo “Failing Forward”, una condizione fallimentare inevitabile, reiterata nel futuro, immediato o prossimo che sia. Due sono le opere esposte, First...

  16. ICONOMANIA

    Ruffino, Paolo
    FRENCH L’exposition IconoMania questionne l’image d’aujourd’hui, ses formes et ses symboliques, à travers le champ expérimental des nouvelles technologies. Dans cette relation « art et science », l’exposition s’intéresse aux problématiques de transformation (innovation et information), de transmission (communication et médias), et de représentation (sociale individuelle et collective). Près de seize oeuvres seront exposées sous la verrière d'un ancien bâtiment industriel du XIXème au coeur du Marais. Ainsi les villes réinventées de Philippe Cognée, les oeuvres tactiles de Scenocosme ou encore les jeux vidéos interactifs de Martin Le Chevallier permettront de sensibiliser les visiteurs sur la façon dont les nouvelles technologies façonnent...

  17. ICONOMANIA

    Ruffino, Paolo
    FRENCH L’exposition IconoMania questionne l’image d’aujourd’hui, ses formes et ses symboliques, à travers le champ expérimental des nouvelles technologies. Dans cette relation « art et science », l’exposition s’intéresse aux problématiques de transformation (innovation et information), de transmission (communication et médias), et de représentation (sociale individuelle et collective). Près de seize oeuvres seront exposées sous la verrière d'un ancien bâtiment industriel du XIXème au coeur du Marais. Ainsi les villes réinventées de Philippe Cognée, les oeuvres tactiles de Scenocosme ou encore les jeux vidéos interactifs de Martin Le Chevallier permettront de sensibiliser les visiteurs sur la façon dont les nouvelles technologies façonnent...

  18. DiGRA Italia: made in Italy conference

    Ruffino, Paolo
    Call for Papers – DiGRA Italia: Made in Italy Vigamus, Roma, 15 Dicembre 2017 https://digraitalia.org/ http://www.vigamus.com/ ITALIAN Il tema dell’edizione di Dicembre 2017 di DiGRA Italia è Made in Italy. La conferenza intende esplorare la produzione, il consumo, la storia e critica dei videogiochi in/su/per l’Italia. L’evento segue il successo di DiGRA Italia 2017 svolta alla IULM di Milano, e anticipa la conferenza internazionale DiGRA di Luglio 2018, all’Università di Torino. La sede per questa edizione e’ VIGAMUS, il museo del videogioco di Roma. Approcci recenti allo studio dei videogiochi mettono in risalto l’importanza dei contesti storici e geografici per comprendere le pratiche di...

  19. DiGRA Italia: made in Italy conference

    Ruffino, Paolo; Carbone, Marco Benoit
    Call for Papers – DiGRA Italia: Made in Italy Vigamus, Roma, 15 Dicembre 2017 https://digraitalia.org/ http://www.vigamus.com/ ITALIAN Il tema dell’edizione di Dicembre 2017 di DiGRA Italia è Made in Italy. La conferenza intende esplorare la produzione, il consumo, la storia e critica dei videogiochi in/su/per l’Italia. L’evento segue il successo di DiGRA Italia 2017 svolta alla IULM di Milano, e anticipa la conferenza internazionale DiGRA di Luglio 2018, all’Università di Torino. La sede per questa edizione e’ VIGAMUS, il museo del videogioco di Roma. Approcci recenti allo studio dei videogiochi mettono in risalto l’importanza dei contesti storici e geografici per comprendere le pratiche di...

  20. NEoN

    Ruffino, Paolo
    A curated series of national and international artists’ shorts reflecting the festival theme of media archaeology including projects in which artists have uncovered and repurposed tropes from digital media history, examined the underlying code and structures of video games, and imagined our future relationships to digital technology. This year’s selections include projects in which artists have uncovered and repurposed lost elements from digital media history, examined the underlying code and structures of video games, and imagined our future relationships to technology, as well as how technology shapes our vision of the past. IOCOSE, FloppyTrip_HowTo (2009) 2:48 If we really want to use technologies...

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