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Framing Memory: Return to the Zone
(Edições Cine-Club de Avanca, 2018-07-25)
This paper uses the authors’ practice research project, Father-land, as a case study for identifying the dynamic interrelationship between memories of place and the processes of location filmmaking. The Fatherland project ...
On Location: landscape cinema and digital memory
(Edições Cine-Club de Avanca, 2017-07-26)
This paper critically reflects on the registers and affects of memory in relation to place, cinematic space, and the materiality of digital film-making technologies, using our recent moving image artwork, On Location (2017), ...
Making Glass; Glass
(University of Winchester Press, 2012-11-01)
Moving image production and the pedagogical development of media literacy
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012-04)
This chapter states the case for the pedagogical value of moving image production in the development of media literacy. In the context of this chapter, the concept of media literacy is extended to encompass not just the ...
Blobs in tartan colours: Margaret Tait's Painted Eightsome
(University of St Andrews, Fife, with British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies, 2014-11-01)
This essay explores the interplay of Julia Kristeva's concepts of semiotic and symbolic in the Orcadian film-poet Margaret Tait's direct animation film Painted Eightsome, in which the music of a Scottish reel is combined ...
Co-creating in the landscape with Dominica Williamson
(Plymouth University, 2016-08-30)
A response to the #tagscape project led by Dominica Williamson, Leverhulme Artist-in-residence with the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Plymouth University. Essay for #tagscape exhibition publication, ...
Not Playing Ball: Steven Paige’s Let’s Go Bowling
(Plymouth Arts Centre, 2016-04-05)
A response to the exhibition of Steven Paige's film 'Let's Go Bowling', which launched the Gallery in the Cinema exhibition programme at Plymouth Arts Centre. Essay published in exhibition catalogue broadsheet designed and ...
The people who live along the Tamar form a close relationship with the river; each affected by the other. Artist film-makers Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore used this idea of symbiosis to create Reach. By laying raw film in ...
Maelstrom: The Return
The first in a series of films inspired by the turbulent waters of Devil’s Point, Plymouth. Mysterious upwellings and whirlpools combine with cinematic memories of long-forgotten arrivals and departures. The swirling waters ...
Artwork - Kayla Parker - White Body - 2009
(LSE Sociology Department, London School of Economics, 2015-04-01)
The figure of a small white doll grows from a ball of modelling clay, is cut and sewn shut, and then buried and ‘reborn’, among a nest of white granulated sugar and the dark stain of slut’s wool – the fluffy dust that ...