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Empathy Group - Meeting 10 Notes, 3 May 2017

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the tenth meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Re-writing the machinic anthropocene - Screenworks special issue

Charlie Tweed
'Re-writing the machinic anthropocene' investigates how speculative fictional methods in creative practice could be used to expose and rewrite the relations between digital technologies and the anthropocene, and also how these methods could bring into view nonhuman voices and perspectives.

This item contains documentation of the Screenworks special issue: Digital Ecologies and the anthropocene which was co-edited by Charlie Tweed. This special issue was developed from both the findings within the practical works of this project...

alternate between attention and ease

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...

Re-writing the machinic anthropocene - Symposium: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene

Charlie Tweed
'Re-writing the machinic anthropocene' investigates how speculative fictional methods in creative practice could be used to expose and rewrite the relations between digital technologies and the anthropocene, and also how these methods could bring into view nonhuman voices and perspectives.This item contains documents from the symposium which included a dynamic range of theoretical and practice-based responses from researchers, artists, filmmakers, writers and theorists. It aimed to foreground new political arguments, new modes of behaviour, new...

Puppetry as reinforcement or rupture of cultural perceptions of the disabled body

Laura Purcell-Gates & Emma Fisher
This article proposes puppetry as a practice uniquely situated to intervene in ideological constructions of the disabled body both onstage and off. Examining our current and recent practice-based research that uses puppetry to intervene in cultural perceptions of disability, we put forth a provocation, asking readers to consider the ways in which puppetry practices can be deployed to enable performances by disabled puppeteers as well as in ways that engage with cultural constructions of disability....

SCRUB – SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere (process photos)

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.The limited edition ‘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 16-page poetry pamphlet on one side and seeds from the Singing Apple Press garden enclosed in a...

Artist Boss

Jenny Dunseath
Artist Boss is a research project carried out by Jenny Dunseath, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Bath Spa University. The Artist Boss creative research project, which explores the relationship between artist and assistant, specifically focuses on the prolific sculptor Sir Anthony Caro (1924 – 2013), investigating the ‘traditional assistants’ role, and its impact on learning and artistic careers. Artist Boss brought together artists, curators, students and academics to investigate the role of studio assistants...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Science Literacy using the example of fish oils Version 1.1

Kendra McMahon & Alan Howe
This resource is used as part of a workshop introducing trainee teachers to primary science. It has a focus on explaining that scientific literacy is a key aim for science education.The resource invites trainee teachers to think critically about claims for the educational benefits of fish oil supplements.

This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education. It is one of a collection of teaching/learning resources developed to...

Poster explaining DiTE

Anne Parfitt
The four parts of the DiTE project have been constructed to deliver a comprehensive account of the complexities of teacher preparation. What we will learn from each of the elements as we progress through the study is valuable in itself but when considered in combination, the outputs form a robust body of knowledge.

SCRUB

Caroline Harris
SCRUB is an ongoing research project by Caroline Harris, formerly Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the BA Publishing (Combined) at Bath Spa University (September 2013 to August 2019) and currently an interdisciplinary creative practice PhD student in the English department at Royal Holloway, University of London. SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
Scrub is defined as a habitat dominated by shrubs or bushes, either forming...

SCRUB

Caroline Harris
SCRUB is an ongoing research project by Caroline Harris, formerly Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the BA Publishing (Combined) at Bath Spa University (September 2013 to August 2019) and currently an interdisciplinary creative practice PhD student in the English department at Royal Holloway, University of London. SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
Scrub is defined as a habitat dominated by shrubs or bushes, either forming...

SCRUB – Radical Landscapes

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. This item contains details of the Radical Landscapes exhibition at The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington, Devon, where the ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ artist’s bookwork was exhibited along with the language art works ‘SCRUB (Path)’ and ‘Portraits of Severed Plants: Love-in-a-Mist’. At the Curator’s Talk, Camilla Nelson from Singing Apple Press read the poem ‘Prussian Blue’. There is also a...

SCRUB – Radical Landscapes

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. This item contains details of the Radical Landscapes exhibition at The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington, Devon, where the ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ artist’s bookwork was exhibited along with the language art works ‘SCRUB (Path)’ and ‘Portraits of Severed Plants: Love-in-a-Mist’. At the Curator’s Talk, Camilla Nelson from Singing Apple Press read the poem ‘Prussian Blue’. There is also a...

SCRUB - 300-Word Statement

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
This item contains the 300-word statement for the project.

SCRUB - 300-Word Statement

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.
This item contains the 300-word statement for the project.

SCRUB – SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere (poetry pamphlet edition)

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 ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ handbound poetry pamphlet. This pamphlet edition contains the poems alone with a swatch of cyanotype from the Singing Apple Press garden on the cover. It was produced in November 2018 and sold at the Bath and Bristol Small Publishers’ Gathering. An additional photo shows the poster for...

SCRUB – SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere (poetry pamphlet edition)

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 ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’ handbound poetry pamphlet. This pamphlet edition contains the poems alone with a swatch of cyanotype from the Singing Apple Press garden on the cover. It was produced in November 2018 and sold at the Bath and Bristol Small Publishers’ Gathering. An additional photo shows the poster for...

SCRUB – SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere (process photos)

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies.The limited edition ‘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 16-page poetry pamphlet on one side and seeds from the Singing Apple Press garden enclosed in a...

SCRUB – cyanotype language & portrait art prints (process photos)

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. This item contains photographs showing steps in creating the ‘SCRUB’ series of cyanotype language art prints produced during the August 2018 residency at Singing Apple Press. The ‘SCRUB’ series uses a digital negative created from scanned letterpressed text, with plant material from different sites in the Singing Apple Press garden. ‘Cherry’ is toned with the tannins from cherry cuttings, while...

SCRUB – cyanotype language & portrait art prints (process photos)

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. This item contains photographs showing steps in creating the ‘SCRUB’ series of cyanotype language art prints produced during the August 2018 residency at Singing Apple Press. The ‘SCRUB’ series uses a digital negative created from scanned letterpressed text, with plant material from different sites in the Singing Apple Press garden. ‘Cherry’ is toned with the tannins from cherry cuttings, while...

SCRUB – Hypatia Trust SAPling Innovation workshop

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. In March 2019 Caroline Harris ran a workshop with Camilla Nelson for the Hypatia Trust, Penzance, Cornwall. Titled SAPling Innovation, this formed part of the Radical Landscapes season. Caroline showcased ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’, with a short reading and workshop to share her poetry making methods. The workshop involved selecting and cutting together found text fragments from a range...

SCRUB – Hypatia Trust SAPling Innovation workshop

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. In March 2019 Caroline Harris ran a workshop with Camilla Nelson for the Hypatia Trust, Penzance, Cornwall. Titled SAPling Innovation, this formed part of the Radical Landscapes season. Caroline showcased ‘SCRUB management handbook no.1 Mere’, with a short reading and workshop to share her poetry making methods. The workshop involved selecting and cutting together found text fragments from a range...

SCRUB – poem cards

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. This item contains photographs showing poem cards produced during the August 2018 residency at Singing Apple Press. They combine blind printing (debossing), poem fragments printed on the Singing Apple Press hand press, and seeds from the garden. Published by Singing Apple Press. Images used with permission. Material in this item is under copyright and not to be used or shared...

SCRUB – poem cards

Caroline Harris
SCRUB investigates, through poetic practice, the relationship between humans, language and ‘scrub’ plants and ecologies. This item contains photographs showing poem cards produced during the August 2018 residency at Singing Apple Press. They combine blind printing (debossing), poem fragments printed on the Singing Apple Press hand press, and seeds from the garden. Published by Singing Apple Press. Images used with permission. Material in this item is under copyright and not to be used or shared...

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...

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