Category Archives: Media Practice Research

Video of #postdigi Curzon talk

You can watch a video of my recent presentation about the Curzon Memories App at the Postdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation Journal of Media Practice Symposium (24 June 2011) here.

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Tweeting now #EVAlondonConf @EVAlondonConf

Off to Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference tomorrow – which “focuses on the development and application of electronic visualisation technologies, including art, music, dance, theatre and the sciences.  Artists, researchers, practitioners or academics working with or interested in electronic visualisation … Continue reading

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Postdigital afterglow

Just coming down from the high of Postdigital Encounters and gearing up for two more talks. This Saturday at Screen, Glasgow and the following Thursday at Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London, plus the next iteration which will be evaluated on … Continue reading

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EVA London 2011

I’m giving a paper on the Curzon Memories App at the Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference, London 2011 and it is to be published as part of the conference proceedings.  Having to formally reflect on the first iteration has been … 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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