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Walking, Observing and Making – Rethinking Plastics in Edinburgh (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Tao, C. X., Vettese, S., & Anastasiadou, C. (2024, March). Walking, Observing and Making – Rethinking Plastics in Edinburgh. Paper presented at Eighteenth International Conference on Design Principles & Practices, Valencia, Spain

Plastic is a widely used material with great longevity, if designed, utilised, and re-used properly. However, the average usable lifespan for single-use plastic products is as little as 15 minutes and generally ends in landfill. The over consumption... Read More about Walking, Observing and Making – Rethinking Plastics in Edinburgh.

Brutna beten [Fantomen 5/2024] (2024)
Other
Bishop, D. (2024). Brutna beten [Fantomen 5/2024]. [Printed comic]. Malmo, Sweden

The Phantom intervenes when poachers kill one elephant and wound another, causing the animal to run amok. This 22-page story written by David Bishop was illustrated by Anthony Spay and Brian Atkins.

Itu Ninu (2023)
Digital Artefact
Jansen, I. (2023). Itu Ninu. [Film]

72-minute drama film in English and Mixtec (an endangered Indigenous language from Mexico). This is a practice-based research output exploring the concept of "Second-Hand" Cinema, as conceptualized by Nadia Bozak in her book The Cinematic Footprint... Read More about Itu Ninu.

T/ensor/~ 0.3 (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Papageorgiou, D. (2023). T/ensor/~ 0.3. In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2023

T/ensor/~ (version 0.3) is a prototype of a dynamic performance system developed in MAX that involves adaptive digital signal processing modules and generative processes towards exploring the field and performance-practice of human-machine improvisat... Read More about T/ensor/~ 0.3.

Stalingrad (2023)
Book Chapter
Bishop, D. (2023). Stalingrad. In Fiends of the Eastern Front (48-95). Oxford: Rebellion

A graphic fiction serial by David Bishop and Colin MacNeil, published in Fiends of the Eastern Front Volume 1.

Teaching Sound Dramaturgy (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (in press). Teaching Sound Dramaturgy. In Teaching Sound for the 21st Century. Sofia: CILECT

Sound dramaturgy as part of the aesthetic design of either a film or a Virtual Reality (VR) experience is invisible but most relevant, although often overlooked. As sound person and academic, I have long been interested in the dramaturgical relevance... Read More about Teaching Sound Dramaturgy.

Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Gray, P. (2023, September). Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue. Paper presented at MeCCSA 2023, Glasgow

Practice led research in filmmaking and screenwriting that explores the potential for creating meaningful dialogue with subtext, through the use of AI chat bots. The presentation will include a short film alongside a case study paper, exploring the... Read More about Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue.

Film Dramaturgy: A Practice and a Tool for Researchers (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (2023). Film Dramaturgy: A Practice and a Tool for Researchers. In R. Davies, P. Russo, & C. Tieber (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Screenwriting Studies (689-708). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-20769-3_36

This chapter gives an overview of dramaturgy as practice and discipline. Dramaturgy has its origins in Antiquity and established itself as a theoretical and analytical approach to understand and support narrative-performative arts in the eighteenth c... Read More about Film Dramaturgy: A Practice and a Tool for Researchers.

SPARTACUS’ Aftermath / Influences (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (in press). SPARTACUS’ Aftermath / Influences. In Kubrick encounters Spartacus. (Kubrick Studies). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

A short reflection on the impact of the movie onto Kubricks carreer but moreover how it got referred to by later productions - movies, TV productions, and games alike.

The Epic Spartacus (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (in press). The Epic Spartacus. In Kubrick Encounters Spartacus. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

Epic stories portray influential characters acting under extraordinary circumstances. As we can see it happens to Spartacus in this movie, the main character is forced to act in a way they never would have imagined a moment before the incident starts... Read More about The Epic Spartacus.

Community-led Television, Local Voice and Climate Change (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Scott, A. (2022, December). Community-led Television, Local Voice and Climate Change

Monday 12 December 2022 Invited to lead a round table discussion for the University of Edgehill - part of their research project 'Community-led television, local voice and climate change' in partnership with the University of Liverpool, Love Wavertr... Read More about Community-led Television, Local Voice and Climate Change.

The Activist Filmmaker in the Archive (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Scott, A., & Munro, E. (2022, October). The Activist Filmmaker in the Archive. Paper presented at FIAT/IFTA International Federation of Television Archives, Cape Town, South Africa

This paper examines how a non-professional, environmental campaign film On Site, Torness (29 mins 1979) gained a new life as part of the feature documentary Living Proof: a climate story (90 mins 2021). We will explore how activist films provide an a... Read More about The Activist Filmmaker in the Archive.

We Speak: On the Cinematic Representation of South Asian Women in Scotland (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Bilgrami, S., & Thambar, N. (2022, September). We Speak: On the Cinematic Representation of South Asian Women in Scotland. Paper presented at MeCCSA 'Silenced Voices' September 2022, Aberdeen

We Speak (Documentary Film, 6 minutes, 2022) is an audio-visual conversation between filmmaker Sana Bilgrami, and composer and musician Niroshini Thambar, about the experience of claiming space in a post-colonial world. The film reflects on the possi... Read More about We Speak: On the Cinematic Representation of South Asian Women in Scotland.

‘There it is, another code ready to be used’. Repurposing comprovisation [Lecture-recital]. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Papageorgiou, D., & Sánchez Díaz, F. (2022, June). ‘There it is, another code ready to be used’. Repurposing comprovisation [Lecture-recital]. Presented at Performance Studies Network International Conference 2022, Department of Music and Media, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

‘There it is, another code ready to be used’ is a notational environment and a system for improvisation on any instrument of the saxophone family (with or without live electronics) developed by Dimitris Papageorgiou. The project is the result of an... Read More about ‘There it is, another code ready to be used’. Repurposing comprovisation [Lecture-recital]..

THIS EVENING'S PERFORMANCE HAS NOT BEEN CANCELLED (2020)
Exhibition / Performance
Irvine, Z. THIS EVENING'S PERFORMANCE HAS NOT BEEN CANCELLED. [Sound]. Performed at Bergen International Festival (Bergen, Norway), and The Holland Festival 2020. 2 February 2020 - 21 June 2020. (Unpublished)

As the theatres and opera houses of Europe closed their doors due to the Corona Virus pandemic, this project was created to connect performers and audience. We designed a call centre that connected audience members by phone to a behind the scenes... Read More about THIS EVENING'S PERFORMANCE HAS NOT BEEN CANCELLED.

Tiempo de Lluvia (2018)
Digital Artefact
Jansen, I. (2018). Tiempo de Lluvia. [Digital Film]

The film is one of the first feature drama films in Mexico made in extensive collaboration with a Mixtec Indigenous community in Santiago Apoala, in Oaxaca,and in collaboration with key Indigenous creative staff (producer, scriptwriter, assistant dir... Read More about Tiempo de Lluvia.

Franki Raffles Archive (2016)
Digital Artefact
Scott, A. J. (2016). Franki Raffles Archive

Franki Raffles (1955-94) was a feminist social documentary photographer. She was based in Edinburgh but travelled widely, photographing women at work and in their everyday lives, in Scotland, and across the world. Her tragic early death, at the... Read More about Franki Raffles Archive.