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  • Making Glass 

    Parker, K; Moore, S (University of Winchester PressWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchesterWinchester, 2012-11)
    In this practice-led exploration of modalities of écriture féminine, I map the shifting subjectivities generated by Glass, a stop-motion animation that performs femininity through close examination and play with glass ...
  • Making Glass; Glass 

    Parker, K; Moore, S (University of Winchester Press, 2012-11-01)
  • Measure 

    Parker, K (2017-05-10)
    Single screen moving image artwork (silent). Views of a landscape engraved directly into the emulsion of 16mm film leader using the blade of a surgical scalpel. The length of each filmstrip is determined by the distance ...
  • Moving image production and the pedagogical development of media literacy 

    Parker, K; French, L; Moore, S (Cambridge Scholars PublishingNewcastle upon Tyne, 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 ...
  • Not Playing Ball: Steven Paige’s Let’s Go Bowling 

    Parker, K (Plymouth Arts CentrePlymouth, 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 ...
  • On Location 

    Parker, K (Digital Cultures Research Centre at the University of the West of England, Bristol, 2017-12-11)
    Kayla Parker’s film On Location poses questions of radicalism both in terms of audio visual aesthetics and of filmmaking methodology in addition to more overtly political issues of environmental degradation, human and ...
  • On Location: landscape cinema and digital memory 

    Parker, K; Moore, S (Edições Cine-Club de AvancaAvanca, 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 ...
  • One Minute volume 8 

    Parker, K
    Collection of artists' moving image, curated by Kerry Baldry, which includes Night Sounding, the 16mm film made by Kayla Parker. An aural and visual sounding from the shoreline of an industrial, fishing and military port, ...
  • Reach 

    Parker, K; Moore, S (2014-09-13)
    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 ...
  • Reading silence: a performance with film and light 

    Parker, K
    Projections of absence and presence, the dreams and memories of my mother, an usherette, and her mother, a seamstress, in the silent space between.
  • Shedding Light 

    Parker, K
    Programme of artists' moving image which includes the 35mm film 'Sunset Strip' by Kayla Parker. A day-by-day animated diary of a year's sunsets, recorded directly onto a continuous strip of 35mm film using a variety of ...
  • A State of Un-Play 

    Parker, K
    Exhibition exploring games, rules, rituals, and philosophic investigations, curated by Diana Ali

    Parker, K
    This practice-as-research 'film', made by sewing together 400 feet of unexposed 16mm Eastman Colour High Speed Negative FILM 7294 stock, investigates matrilinear materiality within the context of écriture feminine.
  • White Body: animating feminine pleasure 

    Parker, K (Brunel University, West LondonBritain, 2011)
    Following Luce Irigaray’s perspective that “femininity’ ... may be recovered only in secret, in hiding’ (1985a: 30), my paper investigates the relationship between the moving image screen, feminine pleasure and the body, ...

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