Since May ’11 I’ve been experimenting with different approaches to analogue tonoscope design and documenting my approaches, outputs and conclusions.
iPhoto slideshow as MP4 and ‘script’ as PDF of a presentation at Seeing Sound 2, Bath Spa University, UK on 29th and 30th October 2011.
I acted on Dr Felicity Colman’s suggestion to develop a personal artistic manifesto that answered the question “Why am I doing this?”
Draft of a paper I was due to present at Understanding VISUAL Music 2011, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 26-27th August 2011
In a PPR group feedback session shortly after ‘State Of Play…’ I suggested we each write a 500 word post exposition reflection – to be published on the PPR website with a summarising overview.
Paper presented at Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2011), London, UK, 6-8 July 2011
An exposition of practice-based research in progress, RIBA Hub, Manchester, 4-10 July 2011
Video documentation, Keynote as QuickTime and ‘script’ of a presentation at the Media Research Symposium, MMU on 3rd May 2011.
The Augmented Tonoscope: The Aesthetics of Sound & Vibration
On ‘open’ knowledge and sharing my research.