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  • How images actually work: settling a longstanding debate. 

    Hamlyn, Jim (COMMON GROUND RESEARCH NETWORKS https://doi.org/10.18848/2154-8560/CGP/v07i01/13-21, 2016-01-08)
    HAMLYN, J. 2016. How images actually work: settling a longstanding debate. The international journal of the image [online], 7(1), pages 13-21. Available from: https://doi.org/10.18848/2154-8560/CGP/v07i01/13-21
    As a cultural innovation, image-making is perhaps one of our most enduring forms of new media. The many technical developments necessary for the production of convincing images have emerged over the last 40,000 years, yet ...
  • Innovation by design: a programme to support SMEs 

    Malins, Julian Paul (SVID, 2011)
    MALINS, J. P., 2011. Innovation by design: a programme to support SMEs. Swedish Design Research Journal, 2.11, pp. 25-31.
    Small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs)1 are generally clear on the need for innovation; however they are very often less clear on how innovation can be achieved. One possible reason for this may be because of a lack ...
  • The Lancaster care charter. 

    Rodgers, Paul; Innella, Giovanni; Bremner, Craig; Coxon, Ian; Broadley, Cara; Cadamuro, Alessia; Carleklev, Stephanie; Chan, Kwan; Dilnot, Clive; Fathers, James; Fennell, Jac; Fremantle, Chris; French, Tara; Henriques, Diogo; Jones, Peter Lloyd; Kettley, Richard; Kettley, Sarah; Khan, Mashal; Logge, Karl; Archer-Martin, Jen; McHattie, Lynn-Sayers; Pulley, Robert; Shahar, Dina; Teal, Gemma; Tewari, Saurabh; Treadaway, Cathy; Tsekleves, Emmanuel; Valadkeshyaei, Hamed Moradi; Ventura, Jonathan; Watt, Trudy A.; Wiltse, Heather; Winton, Euan (MIT Press https://doi.org/ 10.1162/desi_a_00522, 2019-01-01)
    RODGERS, P., INNELLA, G., BREMNER, C., COXON, I., BROADLEY, C., CADAMUNRO, A., CARLEKLEV, S., CHAN, K., DILNOT, C., FATHERS, J., FENNELL, J., FREMANTLE, C., FRENCH, T., HENRIQUES, D., JONES, P.L., KETTLEY, R., KETTLEY, S., KHAN, M., LOGGE, K., ARCHER-MARTIN, J., MCHATTIE, J.-S., PULLEY, R., SHAHAR, D., TEAL, G., TEWARI, S., TREADAWAY, C., TSEKLEVES, E., VALADKESHYAEI, H.M., VENTURA, J., WATT, T.A., WILTSE, H. and WINTON, E. 2019. The Lancaster care charter. Design issues [online], 35(1), pages 73-77. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1162/desi_a_00522
    In the fall of 1991 the Munich Design Charter was published in Design Issues. This charter was written as a design-led “call to arms” on the future nations and boundaries of Europe. The signatories of the Munich Design ...
  • Metaphors in design: how we think of design expertise. 

    Gulari, Melehat Nil (Athabasca University Press http://jrp.icaap.org/index.php/jrp/article/view/485/423, 2015-12)
    GULARI, M.N., 2015. Metaphors in design: How we think of design expertise. Journal of Research Practice, Vol. 11 (2), Article M8.
    GULARI, M.N., 2015. Metaphors in design: How we think of design expertise. Journal of Research Practice, Vol. 11 (2), Article M8.
  • Movement and moment: in-between discreteness and continuity. 

    Douglas, Anne; Coessens, Kathleen (Edinburgh University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/soma.2014.0117, 2014-03)
    DOUGLAS, A. and COESSENS, K. 2014. Movement and moment: in-between discreteness and continuity. Somatechnics [online], 4(1), pages 149-167. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3366/soma.2014.0117.
    This paper explores a paradox. We breathe in, and then out. We walk by making paces, alternating left and right feet. Walking and breathing are made up of discrete intervals of space and time, involuntary actions of the ...
  • Networks of attribution: the cultural origins of meaning. 

    Hamlyn, Jim (COMMON GROUND RESEARCH NETWORKS http://ijaspc.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.233/prod.119, 2016-11-15)
    HAMLYN, J. 2016. Networks of attribution: the cultural origins of meaning. International journal of social, political and community agendas in the arts [online], 12(1), pages 23-28. Available from: http://ijaspc.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.233/prod.119
    Despite the fact that we commonly refer to artworks as 'meaningful' things, this is not to say that meaning is a property analogous to size or shape. If meaning is not a property, then it seems reasonable to suppose that ...
  • No maintenance: a provocation for art and design in health care settings. 

    Fremantle, Chris (Taylor and Francis https://doi.org/10.1080/24735132.2017.1294844, 2017-03-10)
    FREMANTLE, C. 2017. No maintenance: a provocation for art and design in health care settings. Design for health [online], 1(1), pages 80-85. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/24735132.2017.1294844
    Art and design developed for hospitals and other health care settings is frequently required to be low or no maintenance. Can the requirement for no maintenance be understood as a creative problem (rather than a technical ...
  • On probation; ‘Tracey Emin’ as sign. 

    Kokoli, Alexandra M. (Taylor & Francis http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02690050903425342, 2010)
    KOKOLI, A. M., 2010. On probation; ‘Tracey Emin’ as sign. Wasafiri, 25 (1), pp. 33-40.
  • Owning failure: insights into the perceptions and understandings of art educators. 

    Fremantle, Chris; Kearney, Gemma (John Wiley & Sons Ltd http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jade.12083, 2015-10)
    FREMANTLE, C. and KEARNEY, G., 2015. Owning Failure: Insights Into the Perceptions and Understandings of Art Educators. International Journal of Art and Design Education, Vol 34 (3), pp 309-318.
    Failure forms an important dimension of art and design and is inherent in creative endeavours. This article explores current literature on failure in the art and design context and offers a contribution through qualitative ...
  • Practising equality? Issues for co-creative and participatory practices addressing social justice and equality. 

    Harris, Paul; Fremantle, Chris (The Higher Education Academy. http://www.participations.org/Volume%2010/Issue%202/11.pdf, 2013-11)
    HARRIS, P. and FREMANTLE, C., 2013. Practising equality? Issues for co-creative and participatory practices addressing social justice and equality. Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, 10 (2), pp. 183-200.
    We increasingly find co-creativity and participation as central aspects of practices across art and design (including architecture). The politics of social justice and equality continue to underlie and inspire these ...
  • Research papers: leading through practice. 

    Douglas, Anne; Fremantle, Chris (a-n https://www.a-n.co.uk/tag/leading-through-practice, 2007-03-01)
    DOUGLAS, A. and FREMANTLE, C. (eds.) 2007. Research papers: leading through practice. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: a-n [online]. Available from: https://www.a-n.co.uk/tag/leading-through-practice.
    Artist as Leader is a programme that aims to understand the ways artists lead through their practice with a view to informing and developing a critical understanding of the role of creativity in culture. There are two ...
  • Small pieces of Scotland? Souvenirs and the good design debate 1946-80. 

    Kinchin, Juliet; Peach, Andrea (Scottish Society for Art History https://ssahistory.wordpress.com/previous-journals/, 2002-12-31)
    KINCHIN, J. and PEACH, A. 2002. Small pieces of Scotland? Souvenirs and the good design debate 1946-80. Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History, 7, pages 23-30.
    For those agencies concerned with the promotion of design and craft in post-war Scotland, and with the development of tourism more generally, souvenirs proved a source of constant anxiety and embarrassment. There were ...
  • Spheres of practices for the co-design of wearables. 

    Fairburn, Susan Marie; Steed, Josie; Coulter, Janet (Taylor and Francis https://doi.org/10.1080/20511787.2016.1255445, 2016-12-12)
    FAIRBURN, S., STEED, J. and COULTER, J. 2016. Spheres of practices for the co-design of wearables. Journal of textile design research and practice [online], 4(1), pages 85-109. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/20511787.2016.1255445.
    As expectations within the area of smart textiles increasingly become informed and driven by technological developments, the disciplinary boundaries and relationship between user and technological innovation will unavoidably ...
  • Supporting the creative industries: the rationale for an exchange of thinking between the art and business schools. 

    Kearney, Gemma; Harris, Paul (Intellect. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/eta.9.3.311_1, 2013-10)
    KEARNEY, G. and HARRIS, P., 2013. Supporting the creative industries: the rationale for an exchange of thinking between the art and business schools. International Journal of Education Through Art, 9 (3), pp. 311-326.
    Increasing interest in the concept of the ‘Creative Industries’ with emphasis upon the ‘industry’ aspect, presents questions as to how Art Schools can best prepare students. Indeed the industrial aspect encourages consideration ...
  • Thinking through craft. 

    Peach, Andrea (Oxford University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epn044, 2009-03)
    PEACH, A., 2009. Thinking through craft. Journal of Design History, 22 (1), pp. 82-84.
  • To Hades and back: a review of Tracey Emin's Strangeland. 

    Kokoli, Alexandra M. (The F-Word. http://www.thefword.org.uk/reviews/2006/06/strangeland, 2006-06)
    KOKOLI, A. M., 2006. To Hades and back: a review of Tracey Emin’s Strangeland. The F-Word, June 2006.
    Alexandra Kokoli reviews Tracy Emin's Strangeland, which contains autobiographical writings touching on rape, abortion and marginalization.
  • Tools for community - Ivan Illich's legacy. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (Intellect. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/eta.8.2.121_1, 2012-05)
    MACDONALD, S., 2012. Tools for community – Ivan Illich’s legacy. International Journal of Education through Art, 8 (2), pp. 121 – 133.
    Although it is 40 years since Ivan Illich published Tools for Conviviality, the word 'convivial' retains an appeal conjuring up liveliness, sociability and, in this age of economic uncertainty, optimism. But in an era of ...
  • Transferable skills and the drug dependent: a journey through the city of Glasgow. 

    Hackett, Charlie (Common Ground http://ijaspc.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.233/prod.21, 2013)
    HACKETT, C., 2013. Transferable skills and the drug dependent: a journey through the city of Glasgow. The International Journal of Social, Political and Community Agendas in the Arts, 7 (3), pp. 1-14.
    Voices narrate their views on skills, transferable skills, marginalisation and poverty in relation to society, opportunity and drug addiction. Narcotic addicts need to educate themselves on where to source and buy drugs ...
  • Understanding experimentation as improvisation in arts research. 

    Douglas, Anne; Gulari, Melehat Nil (Emerald https://dx.doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-06-2015-0035, 2015-12-01)
    DOUGLAS, A. and GULARI, M.N. 2015. Understanding experimentation as improvisation in arts research. Qualitative research journal [online], 15(4), pages 392-403. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-06-2015-0035
    Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to address the following questions: in what sense does experimentation as improvisation lead to methodological innovation? What are the implications of artistic experimentation as ...
  • Unravel: revaluing the craft of knitting for new emergent design contexts within a post-industrial world. 

    Steed, Josie (Plymouth College of Art http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/journalvol2/pdf/Steed_Josephine.pdf, 2012)
    STEED, J., 2012. Unravel: revaluing the craft of knitting for new emergent design contexts within a post-industrial world. Making Futures, 2, pp. 297-306.
    Knitting is embedded within our culture and navigates between practice, artefact, and narrative, acting as a rich metaphor for social change (Hemmings, 2010). Knitting can transcend traditional boundaries of craft practice ...