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An analysis of the representations of Irishness in the animated feature film ‘The secret of Kells'(2009).
A critique of Tim Edgar’s ‘Rookery’ (2003) and ‘Cobweb’ (2008)series of photographs by Annabelle Dalby, accompanied by ten of the images.
Tim Edgar records traces of ‘ritual’, through marks and objects, remnants of ceremony. The work heretaken from the larger series ‘Subterrane’ explores the surface of a cave, creating a narrative comprised of clues from its historical and contemporary usage.
These images are drawn from a long term project documenting a small area of woodland which during the Second World War contained the buildings of a nearby airfield. This is one of a series of decade long initimate studies of the European landscape by the author.
Badbury Rings is an Iron Age site in Dorset. A ‘modern’ approach to it appears in ‘Wessex from the air’ (1928) by pioneering aerial archaeologist O.G.S. Crawford, who believed his work could lead to mastery of the past. Ambasna’s concerns are more discreet and subjective, encompassing landscape, territory, belonging, heritage and nature.
An anthology putting the practice of appropriation its into historical and global context.
An anthology based on the authors online art journal criticaldictionary.com
This study showcases the ‘On Trial’ student-centred teaching strategy developed by Kirsten Hardie as part of her National Teaching Fellowship work. The study was invited contribution to the book Design School Confidential: Extraordinary Class Projects from International Design Schools by editors Steven Heller and Lita Talarico.
Article published to accompany the major exhibition ‘Flockage: the flock phenomenon’ staged at the Russell Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth, Dorset from 14 January – 2 June 2008 and co-curated by Kirsten Hardie and Pam Langdown.
Explores the concepts of student-centred, experiential, problem-based and enquiry-based learning through the examination of the ‘On trial’ teaching strategy as used with Level 4 BA (Hons) Graphic Design students.
An illustrated artist book based on the short story by Alexander Pushkin.
Published in an edition of 100.
Photographic work inspired by the surface of caves that resulted from quarrying activities at Winspit, Dorset.