Category: Critical Reflection

The Augmented Tonoscope – Thesis

My Ph.D. thesis – The Augmented Tonoscope: Towards a Deeper Understanding of the Interplay between Sound and Image in Visual Music – and downloadable disk image of the accompanying hybrid DVD. (more…)



A Personal Research Statement (Illustrated) v1.4

Reading Casey O’Callaghan’s personal Research Statement encouraged me to write one of my own. I’ve since illustrated it with examples and links to online documentation from my own practice for Tacit – “a new e-journal and blog dedicated to debating and documenting new approaches to arts research practice, especially those enabled by evolving digital technology”. (more…)



Whitney Triptych Development

Online documentation and supporting notes of the development of Whitney Triptych. (more…)



Understanding Visual Music 13

Video documentation (incomplete), a ‘script’ as PDF and iPhoto slideshow as M4V of my presentation at the Understanding Visual Music – UVM 13 Colloquium, 8-9 August 2013, General San Martín Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires, Argentina. (more…)



The Writer as Designer/Designer as Writer

I participated in the Designing Our Futures The Writer as Designer/Designer as Writer course – two seminars and a 5-day Arvon Foundation workshop on offer to postgraduate and early career researchers from May 2014. (more…)



Cymatic Adufe in Lisbon

Documentation and details of the Cymatic Adufe, exhibited as part of the 21st Century Rural Museum in MUDE – Museu do Design e da Moda, Lisbon, 16 May to 31 August 2013. (more…)



PPR Studio Week

The members of the PPR group ran a Studio Week 20-24th August 2012 – an opportunity to focus on our practice while working alongside colleagues in a shared space and also engage in group discussion and critical reflection. (more…)



A Visual Music Manifesto

I acted on Dr Felicity Colman’s suggestion to develop a personal artistic manifesto that answered the question “Why am I doing this?” (more…)



Post ‘State Of Play…’

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. (more…)