Monthly Archives: January 2011

Digital Nostalgia

I’m finding Vivian Sobchack’s work useful in trying to unpack the tension between the cinematic apparatus I’m wishing to celebrate, and the “new media” through which I am attempting to do this, particularly her writing about the embodied relationship to … Continue reading

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Curzon App: Look and Feel

I’ve been having some fun developing the interface for the Curzon App. In some ways this is the thing I should be doing last, but there is something to be said for being able to visualise what the App will … Continue reading

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MeCCSA

Presenting work in progress is always a baptism by fire. Having been forced to articulate what it is I’m trying to do to the very diverse audience of the recent MeCCSA 2011 Annual conference (Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association), … Continue reading

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Curzon Memories

I’ve been working closely with Education Officer Cathy Poole on the Heritage Lottery Funded Curzon Memories project – gathering recollections from all generations about the Curzon, ranging from Muriel Williams (discussed in a previous post) who was in the building … Continue reading

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