“HOW DID I GET TO THE MOST BIZARRE TITLE OF MY THESIS THROUGH MY PRACTICE AND PLEASE DO I NEED TO MAKE IT SHORTER”?

“This will be an egocentric artist presentation about me”
Title of Thesis: The embodiment of the notion of interdependence and visual, interactive and digital manifestation of this notion in mixed media art forms informed by painting.

Showed a few of her paintings whilst studying in Poland. And some animations. Something was missing when she was painting which is why she looked at animation. It’s a lot of work for a short result. Timeconsuming, badly paid, not accepted in the art or film worlds. She gave it up and tried ‘new media’. Loved it, it combined her skills. But it was still not enough!
(more…)

Read More

BLOG day 1- moderated by LizbethKeywords of the Day: Collaboration, Dance, Breath, Embodiment, Performance, Digital Narrative, Live Movement, Multimodal Movement Vocabularies, Cinematics, Informatics, HCI, Architecture, Physical Environment, Plumblines, Fields of Knowledge, Virtuality, Flow, Affordances, Space Syntax, Creativity, Complexity, Conversational Maps, participatory citzenship, digital nomads, mapping spaces, mapping technologiesThe Journey of the Pwarm_up2.jpg 

Cathy O’

Kennedy shakes up the crowd with a physical theatre exercise about breath, bones, being present and centred in your body and mind space while collaborating and improvising with another. . .

Lizbeth Goodman introduces the SMARTlab and the team, the ethos and aims of the PhD overall and the week. . .

The team (faculty and students) introduce themselves, introducing their PhD topics as they go.

Lizbeth leads an integration exercise on mind and body: speaking while moving, using breath and bones and mind and memory, embracing the opportunity to state the issues and ideas of each PhD project and to request information, skills and references in return. . .

leslie_walkthrough.jpg
Leslie Hill walks the group through the plan for the week. . .

speaking_workshop.jpg

Public Speaking workshop- Leslie leads a session on top tips for speaking in both academic and other public settings: keys to success, trouble shooting, and practice in teams. . .

Afternoon:
Second Year Student Papers and Presentations: Alison Williams, Sara Diamond and Taey Kim.

Read More
Skip to toolbar