263 Works

Artist Boss - Website & Film

Jenny Dunseath
Artist Boss is a creative research project, which explores the relationship between artist and assistant. Initiated by Bath Spa University and Norwich University of the Arts, Artist Boss focuses on the prolific sculptor Sir Anthony Caro (1924 – 2013), investigating the traditional assistants role, its impact on learning and artistic careers.
This item contains information about where to access the website (please click the links under 'References' below to access the Artist Boss website), a screenshot...

Honouring Esther, installation film: Indifference

Richard S. White
Installation film 3.20The film was made using field recordings and social media contributed by the walkers. The films explores the experience of the Honouring Esther walks in Somerset in 2015.
The films is intended to be shown in a randomised loop with other Honouring Esther films and projected on uneven walls and distorting surfaces.
Indifference was the theme for one of the curated interventions.
Honouring Esther:
Two walks each lasting two days in Somerset, England and Lower Saxony,...

Honouring Esther, installation film: Indifference

Richard S. White
Installation film 3.20The film was made using field recordings and social media contributed by the walkers. The films explores the experience of the Honouring Esther walks in Somerset in 2015.
The films is intended to be shown in a randomised loop with other Honouring Esther films and projected on uneven walls and distorting surfaces.
Indifference was the theme for one of the curated interventions.
Honouring Esther:
Two walks each lasting two days in Somerset, England and Lower Saxony,...

Honouring Esther installation film 'by the skin of our teeth'

Richard S. White
Short installation film produced using field footage and Esther Brunstein's testimony. The focus is on marshland near the Bergen Belsen death camp where death march victim's bodies were dumped. Running time 3.34, presented on continuous loop.

Exhibited at 44AD Art Space 2017.
Honouring Esther:
Two walks each lasting two days in Somerset, England and Lower Saxony, Germany. The line of a Nazi Death March transposed, returned and retraced, working with the testimony of human rights activist and...

Honouring Esther/Sweet Waters Walkers notebooks

Richard S. White
Sample walker notebooks from the two cycles of participatory performative walks. Walkers on the Honouring Esther project held the same notebook throughout the walk. The notebooks on the Sweet Waters walks were rotated at each walk. Walkers were invited to record thoughts, observations, collect items and make rubbings at each intervention in the walk. The notebooks were displayed at the exhibition/installations
Additional content and project orientation
Honouring EstherProject website: https://forcedwalks.wordpress.com/Aggregated Social media trails via Social Hiking:UK...

Honouring Esther: installatiion film, Joys of the Forest

Richard S. White
Installation film, running time 4.01
The film was made using field footage and social media contributed by the walkers. This film primarily focusses on the experience in Germany, 'Joys of the Forest' is the translation of Waldeslust the Nazi's name of the slave labour camp where Esther was held and from which she was forced to walk to the concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen

The films is intended to be shown in a randomised loop with other Honouring...

Honouring Esther sample intervention media, Justice

Richard S. White
Clip from testimony provided by Esther Brunstein used as stimulus in one of the interventions 'stations' on the walking project.
Honouring Esther:
Two walks each lasting two days in Somerset, England and Lower Saxony, Germany. The line of a Nazi Death March transposed, returned and retraced, working with the testimony of human rights activist and Holocaust survivor, Esther Brunstein. The walks took place as Germany publicly welcomed refugees crossing the fields of Eastern Europe. Devised, curated...

Honouring Esther walks live phase documentation

Richard S. White
Honouring Esther. Documentary materials from the two cycles of walks, Somerset, UK 2015 and Lower Saxony, Germany 2016.
Project Outline: The route of a Nazi Death March traced and transposed to Somerset, returned and re-traced in Lower Saxony, Germany. Experimentation with media and juxtaposed registers of walking forms part of Richard White’s investigation of walking art as social justice intervention. Social media. Curated media. Somatic activity. Honouring Esther accessed formal and informal survivor testimony of a...

Accelerating Change: Engaging Local Communities in Disaster Risk Reduction in the Indian Himalayan Region - Science Policy Brief

Richard Johnson
Project Summary: ‘Accelerating Change: Engaging Local Communities in Disaster Risk Reduction in the Indian Himalayan Region’ brings research evidence from the ‘Pathways to Resilience’ project (Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh, India) into dialogue with current disaster risk reduction policy-practice debates, to provide forward recommendations.Item Description: A science policy briefing paper. This details the problem of increasing disaster risk in mountain regions alongside a gap in local community engagement. The briefing calls for a shift in emphasis,...

Accelerating Change: Engaging Local Communities in Disaster Risk Reduction in the Indian Himalayan Region - Supplementary Research Data 3

Richard Johnson
Project Summary: ‘Accelerating Change: Engaging Local Communities in Disaster Risk Reduction in the Indian Himalayan Region’ brings research evidence from the ‘Pathways to Resilience’ project (Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh, India) into dialogue with current disaster risk reduction policy-practice debates, to provide forward recommendations.Item Description: Pathways to Resilience Project, Phase 2 (June 2018), Kullu workshop questionnaire. Selected data: non-academic respondents (.xlsx format)

Ambient Literature Participant Research

Michael Marcinkowski &
This dataset contains transcripts of interviews with participants as part of the Ambient Literature research project. These interviews were conducted in June and July 2017 and March, April, and May of 2018 regarding participants' experiences of commissioned works of new media. Interviews were conducted face to face immediately after they completed one of the experiences or were conducted later over the telephone or Skype. The interviews were conducted in a semi structured fashion, following interview...

Michele Whiting: Drawing Quilt Project (2011-2017)

Michele Whiting
Collaborative duo Qulios and the Windmill (Michele Whiting and Linda Khatir) formed their partnership in 2011 (www.quilosandthewindmill.com. Researching prior to a Fall residency at Oxbow, Michigan USA (aff SAIC) they found a particular vintage folk quilt made by early pioneer women in The American Museum in Bath. This has become the stimulus for an ongoing drawing project. Initially they made the drawing quilt using the same measurements, sketching 121 things ( the same number as...

The final iMigration sculpture installed in Bath Abbey, England

Anthony Head
The digital printed sculpture was on display in Bath Abbey, Bath, England as part of the 'Forest of Imagination' project on 3 - 24 June 2016. Its dimensions when fully constructed were 5m x 10m.

A second version of the project iMigration 2 was on display at Bath Abbey for a year from February 2017.

Inspiration: Pinned insects in display cases at Insectarium, Montreal, Canada

Anthony Head
The rows of butterflies and beetles on display in this museum provided further inspiration for the iMigration project.

A selection of the final butterfly designs

Anthony Head
The final butterfly designs were organised into pairs so that each pattern to the 'front' of the individual butterfly had a corresponding pattern for the 'back' of the butterfly on a separate document. This file shows the first 10 double sided pages of butterfly designs. 90 out of the 5000 butterflies created for the sculpture.

A selection of the final butterfly designs

Anthony Head
The final butterfly designs were organised into pairs so that each pattern to the 'front' of the individual butterfly had a corresponding pattern for the 'back' of the butterfly on a separate document. This file shows the first 10 double sided pages of butterfly designs. 90 out of the 5000 butterflies created for the sculpture.

TAPS feedback forms 2016

Sarah Earle
Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project feedback forms (N=200) from dissemination and CPD events in 2016.

Working scientifically butterfly

Sarah Earle
As part of Bath Spa University's Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project, Victoria Park Primary School developed a 'Working Scientifically Butterfly'. Using their school emblem of a butterfly, it is filled with scientific enquiry skills. teacher can put this on their wall to use a a teaching aid, for example, teachers could ask the children: 'what are we/have we focused on today?'Further information and an explanation of how the school use the tool can...

TAPS poster 2015.pdf

Sarah Earle
A summary poster produced in 2015 for the third year of the Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project which is based at Bath Spa Institute for Education and funded by the Primary Science Teaching Trust.
TAPS aims to develop support for valid, reliable and manageable teacher assessment, which will have a positive impact on pupil learning in primary science.

Working scientifically butterfly

Sarah Earle
As part of Bath Spa University's Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project, Victoria Park Primary School developed a 'Working Scientifically Butterfly'. Using their school emblem of a butterfly, it is filled with scientific enquiry skills. teacher can put this on their wall to use a a teaching aid, for example, teachers could ask the children: 'what are we/have we focused on today?'Further information and an explanation of how the school use the tool can...

alternate between attention and ease_score

James Saunders
alternate between attention and ease explores cognitive load and the way we remember associations between pairs of unrelated elements. Cognitive load is the amount of mental effort needed to remember things in different situations. An example of it in practice is the children's party game where a tray of objects is displayed before being hidden, and then participants are asked to remember as many of the items as possible. The difficulty of this task is...

SCRUB - Research Timeline & Research Questions

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
This item contains a Research Timeline & Research Questions for the project.

SCRUB - SCRUB management handbook no. 1 Mere: internal and external images (final product photos)

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
This item contains photography documenting the limited edition artist's bookwork ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ published in October 2018.
The ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ artist’s bookwork was created during a residency with Singing Apple Press in Mere, Wiltshire, in June and August 2018. It takes the form of an A5 dos-à-dos handbound pamphlet in a letterpressed belly band, with a...

SCRUB - SCRUB management handbook no. 1 Mere: internal and external images (final product photos)

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
This item contains photography documenting the limited edition artist's bookwork ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ published in October 2018.
The ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ artist’s bookwork was created during a residency with Singing Apple Press in Mere, Wiltshire, in June and August 2018. It takes the form of an A5 dos-à-dos handbound pamphlet in a letterpressed belly band, with a...

Mbira Hut Project - Bath Spa University - Mbira playing ensemble

Bath Spa University - Mbira playing ensemble
This item relates to the PhD research of Chartwell Dutiro at Bath Spa University, the Mbira Hut Project.

Photos used courtesy of and with the permission of Sophie Lewis, Millicent Chapanda, Chartwell Dutiro, Paidamoyo Dutiro and Toby Farrow.
Photos may not be used or redistributed without permission.

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