MIRIAD PGR Sara Davies has collated a list of active postgraduate and staff research and practice blogs within the Research Centre which she checks weekly for new posts and ‘favourites’ a few to Pocket – an online service that “helps people save interesting articles, videos and more from the web for later enjoyment”. The latest 10 articles in this running listing are reproduced here.
This is a sort of ‘Reblog” – a mechanism which reposts the content of another user’s blog post with an indication of the source – with Sara essentially moderating content which she thinks could be of interest to the MIRIAD and wider Art & Design research communities.
If you’d like Sara to consider content from your blog send her a link – sara.k.davies [at] stu.mmu.ac.uk
My Ph.D. thesis – The Augmented Tonoscope: Towards a Deeper Understanding of the Interplay between Sound and Image in Visual Music – and downloadable disk image of the accompanying hybrid DVD.
I have been much pre-occupied with other things just lately, not the least of which is another blog project.
‘Loukanikos and the Cat’s Cradle’ with glass additions from Kirsteen Aubrey Furniture by Angus Ross This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.
He wrote the text for my exhibition Loss 2011, when he was first ill. Loss is a part of our atomic make-up: as energy persists and develops, so it creates memory of place and time.
With this in mind, We Want People Who Can Draw seeks to map an earlier moment of student unrest in British art schools.
With: Nella Aarne, Kajsa Dahlberg, Lisa Busby, Giulia Damiani, Dimitra Gkitsa, Claire Fontaine, Melissa Gordon, Laura Guy, Shama Khanna, Rehana Zaman, Helena Reckitt, Louse Shelley, Catherine Grant, Nina Power, Cristina Thorstenberg Ribas, Emily Rosamond, Amy Tobin.
I am doing writery things at the moment. Which is curious, as just lately I have been feeling all out of words. Maybe I used them all up finishing off my epic Mary Greg chapter. It was meant to be 8,000 words, but ended up at 13,000, not including the 200 footnotes. Am a bit spent as a result.
Sorry, Pocket didn't save an excerpt for this link.
Pocket WP by @ciaransm