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Notions of a Radical Moving Image Archive as a Problematic
(University of Plymouth, 2017)
The concerns of this thesis stem from the reflections of a filmmaker and the recognition of artists’ use of archival materials in moving image practice as an intervention in making visible aspects of experience that are ...
THE ROLE OF VIRTUAL IMAGING IN BUILDING CONSERVATION
(University of Plymouth, 2018)
Conservation is the process of managing changes to significant historic buildings and places. This research explores key conservation concepts, identifying internationally agreed conservation principles and their ...
Art as a Generator of New Mental Patterns: From an epistemological perspective of Modern Physics, Neuroscience and the Buddhist system of thought.
(University of Plymouth, 2019)
This thesis draws upon research in Eastern philosophy and neuroscience to argue that art is capable of metabolizing and embodying different levels of reality, and therefore functions as an instrument that can generate ...
CO2 REDUCTION INITIATIVES IN LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
(University of Plymouth, 2021)
This thesis aims to identify measures or initiatives which are being implemented to reduce carbon emissions within logistics operations. Logistics remains as one of the last sectors with voluntary measures and low regulation ...