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Transdisciplinary and arts-centred approaches to stewardship and sustainability of urban nature. (2024)
Journal Article
CAMPBELL, L.K., FREMANTLE, C., MADDOX, D., SVENDSEN, E., HINES, S., MATTINGLY, M., LÓPEZ-JENSEN, M., LINDT, N., PAQUEO, L. and JOHNSON, M. 2024. Transdisciplinary and arts-centred approaches to stewardship and sustainability of urban nature. Landscape research [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/01426397.2024.2325507

This paper explores case studies of how artists working with scientists and land managers affiliated with the Urban Field Station Collaborative Arts Program (UFS Arts) are fostering new relations of care with urban nature and thereby informing landsc... Read More about Transdisciplinary and arts-centred approaches to stewardship and sustainability of urban nature..

Visualizing time: a recent survey of time-focused art. (2024)
Other
SBRILLI, A. and LEUZZI, L. 2024. Visualizing time: a recent survey of time-focused art. Time's news [online], 54, pages 44-51. Available from: https://studyoftime.org/publications/times-news/

This is the 2023/2024 annual survey of time-focused art, which on this occasion has been curated by Antonella Sbrilli and Laura Leuzzi. Published in the International Society for the Study of Time's "Time's News" annual magazine, this year's survey f... Read More about Visualizing time: a recent survey of time-focused art..

Painted conversations, exhibition 3: Esther Thorniley-Walker and Ellen Macdonald. [Exhibition] (2024)
Exhibition / Performance
Painted conversations, exhibition 3: Esther Thorniley-Walker and Ellen Macdonald. [Exhibition]. Exhibited 17-22 February 2024, Whitespace Gallery, Edinburgh.

The "Painted Conversations" exhibition series is organised and facilitated by Lyndsey Gilmour and Peter Chalmers, whose collaborative partnership has formed through their roles as lecturers and early-career researchers in the Painting Department at G... Read More about Painted conversations, exhibition 3: Esther Thorniley-Walker and Ellen Macdonald. [Exhibition].

Is artists' exploitation inevitable or is it just a question of identifying effective, enduring, preventative frameworks? (2023)
Conference Proceeding
BLACKWOOD, J., JONES, S., BUTLER, D., CALLAGHAN, B., POULTER, S., SEERS, L. and WRIGHT, J. (eds.) 2023. Is artists’ exploitation inevitable or is it just a question of identifying effective, enduring, preventative frameworks? Proceedings of the 2023 Aberdeen mini summit, 16 June 2023, Aberdeen, UK. Wakefield: Axis [online]. Available from: https://www.axisweb.org/aberdeensummit/

Is artists' exploitation inevitable or is it just a question of identifying effective, enduring, preventative frameworks? Developed by independent arts researcher Dr Susan Jones and organised collaboratively with Dr Jon Blackwood, Gray's School of Ar... Read More about Is artists' exploitation inevitable or is it just a question of identifying effective, enduring, preventative frameworks?.

Coming together differently. (2023)
Book Chapter
WINTER, J. 2023. Coming together differently. In Johanna Billing: each moment presents what happens. London: Whitechapel Gallery [online]. Available from: https://www.whitechapelgallery.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Johanna-Billing_essay-by-Judith-Winter.pdf

In this essay, Judith Winter reflects on the origins and inspiration for Johanna Billing's work, "Each Moment Presents What Happens". The author looks back in particular towards John Cage's undocumented 1952 work, "Untitled Event (Theater Piece No. 1... Read More about Coming together differently..

Incite: digital art and activism. (2023)
Book
DELAPPE, J. and LEUZZI, L. (eds.) 2023. Incite: digital art and activism. Aberdeen: peacock and the worm.

INCITE: Digital Art and Activism is a collaborative artists' book, featuring creative responses from artists, scholars and activists connected through the Digital Art and Activism Network, and edited by Joseph DeLappe (Abertay University) and Laura L... Read More about Incite: digital art and activism..

European values. (2023)
Book Chapter
ZEĆO, M. 2023. European values. In DeLappe, J. and Leuzzi, L. (eds.) Incite: digital art and activism. Aberdeen: peacock and the worm, chapter 1111, pages 57-60.

This chapter - a selection of quotes within variously decorated pages - forms Maja Zećo's contribution to the collaborative artists' book, "INCITE: Digital Art and Activism", edited by Joseph DeLappe and Laura Leuzzi. The book sought to collate respo... Read More about European values..

In dialogue: for an approach to activist curating. (2023)
Book Chapter
LEUZZI, L. 2023. In dialogue: for an approach to activist curating. In DeLappe, J. and Leuzzi, L. (eds.) Incite: digital art and activism. Aberdeen: peacock and the worm, chapter 1110, pages 53-56.

This chapter - a short essay - forms Laura Leuzzi's chapter contribution to the collaborative artists' book, "INCITE: Digital Art and Activism", edited by Joseph DeLappe and Laura Leuzzi. The book sought to collate responses from artists, scholars an... Read More about In dialogue: for an approach to activist curating..

Aphorisms on art and activism. (2023)
Book Chapter
BLACKWOOD, J. 2023. Aphorisms on art and activism. In DeLappe, J. and Leuzzi, L. (eds.) Incite: digital art and activism. Aberdeen: peacock and the worm, chapter 1100, pages 45-48.

This chapter - a compilation of aphorisms - forms Jon Blackwood's contribution to the collaborative artists' book, "INCITE: Digital Art and Activism", edited by Joseph DeLappe and Laura Leuzzi. The book sought to collate responses from artists, schol... Read More about Aphorisms on art and activism..

Immersive innovations for the communication of heritage, handcraft and sustainability. (2023)
Journal Article
CROSS, K., MESJAR, L., STEED, J. and JIANG, Y. [2023]. Immersive innovations for the communication of heritage, handcraft and sustainability. International journal of fashion design, technology and education [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/17543266.2023.2277264

Textile and fashion brands convey core values through marketing, and in slow-fashion heritage brands this often includes skilled craftsmanship, authenticity, sustainability and provenance. As industry digitalisation continues, brands are employing im... Read More about Immersive innovations for the communication of heritage, handcraft and sustainability..

In conversation: Johanna Billing, Judith Winter and Gilane Tawadros. [Discussion] (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
In conversation: Johanna Billing, Judith Winter and Gilane Tawadros. [Discussion]. Recorded on 13 October 2023, Whitechapel Gallery, London.

This discussion was held to celebrate the opening of Johanna Billing's exhibition, "Each Moment Presents What Happens". The exhibition presents Billing's 2022 film of the same name, for which she worked with students at Bristol Grammar School to deve... Read More about In conversation: Johanna Billing, Judith Winter and Gilane Tawadros. [Discussion].

Thinking with the Harrisons. (2023)
Book
DOUGLAS, A. and FREMANTLE, C. [2024]. Thinking with the Harrisons. Leuven: Leuven University Press. (Forthcoming)

This book asks a fundamental question around the place of the arts in the global environmental crises. In arguing that the arts have an important role, we are also suggesting that the arts need to be rethought, reimagined and reconfigured through new... Read More about Thinking with the Harrisons..

Of mentors, teachers and pioneers: herstories of video and media art in Europe. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
LEUZZI, L. 2023. Of mentors, teachers and pioneers: herstories of video and media art in Europe. Presented at the 10th International conference on the histories of media art, science and technology (RE:SOURCE 2023), 13-16 September 2023, Venice, Italy.

This paper aims to question transmissions, teaching methods and approaches. It also aims to discuss and reassess the legacy of a generation of women video and new media pioneers – including Elsa Stansfield, Nan Hoover, Tamara Krikorian, Maria Vedder... Read More about Of mentors, teachers and pioneers: herstories of video and media art in Europe..

Editorial. (2023)
Journal Article
MARR, A., STEED, J. and BRITT, H. 2023. Editorial. Journal of textile design research and practice [online], 11(1-2): revised papers from the 5th Futurescan conference (Futurescan 5): conscious communities, 7-8 September 2022, Leeds, UK, pages 1-5. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/20511787.2023.2241834

This editorial introduces issue 1-2 of volume 11 of the Journal of Textile Design Research and Practice. This issue presents revised versions of nine selected papers originally presented at the 5th Futurescan conference (Futurescan 5): conscious comm... Read More about Editorial..

Collaborating with a Scottish heritage brand towards enhancing and preserving sustainable artisan hand-weaving practices through a knowledge transfer partnership. (2023)
Journal Article
STEED, J., CROSS, K. and WILSON, B. 2023. Collaborating with a Scottish heritage brand towards enhancing and preserving sustainable artisan hand-weaving practices through a knowledge transfer partnership. Journal of textile design research and practice [online], 11(1-2): revised papers from the 5th Futurescan conference (Futurescan 5): conscious communities, 7-8 September 2022, Leeds, UK, pages 127-147. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/20511787.2023.2234650

This paper discusses a Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP) with a global Scottish heritage brand, which aimed to develop a year-round sustainable business model through a design-led approach to new product innovation that improves the brand's sustainabi... Read More about Collaborating with a Scottish heritage brand towards enhancing and preserving sustainable artisan hand-weaving practices through a knowledge transfer partnership..

She became my teacher and mentor: uncovering the legacy of women video pioneers in art schools and academies in Europe. [Book chapter] (2023)
Book Chapter
LEUZZI, L. 2023. She became my teacher and mentor: uncovering the legacy of women video pioneers in art schools and academies in Europe. In Laks, D. and Sassu Suarez Ferri, N. (eds.) Transmission and gender: women artists as teachers in the XXth century. Passages online, 26. Heidelberg: Heidelberg University; arthistoricum.net [online], pages 39-48. Available from: https://doi.org/10.11588/arthistoricum.1148.c16188

The introduction of the portable video recorder enabled women artists of the 1970s to experiment with a medium that was considered easier and cheaper to operate than film, as well as free from the heavily male-dominated imprint of traditional artisti... Read More about She became my teacher and mentor: uncovering the legacy of women video pioneers in art schools and academies in Europe. [Book chapter].

EU citizens living through the pandemic in post-Brexit UK: a visual tour of felt emotions. (2023)
Book
RUGGERONE, L. and HACKETT, C. (eds.) 2023. EU citizens living through the pandemic in post-Brexit UK: a visual tour of felt emotions. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1818024

This digital book presents the results of a research study conducted by the editors in 2021-22 and funded by the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant. The study, entitled Living through the pandemic in post-Brexit Britain: emotional damage... Read More about EU citizens living through the pandemic in post-Brexit UK: a visual tour of felt emotions..

Aberdeen open city. [Exhibition] (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Aberdeen open city. [Exhibition]. Exhibition held on 3-19 March 2023, Aberdeen.

Aberdeen Open City is an exhibition which aims to showcase the range of contemporary art practices shaped by, or located in, the city and identifies loose overlaps and problematics that each of these addresses. The trio of trials that have warped the... Read More about Aberdeen open city. [Exhibition].

Thinking with the Harrisons: what does now demand? [Article] (2023)
Journal Article
DOUGLAS, A. and FREMANTLE, C. 2023. Thinking with the Harrisons: what does now demand? Field: a journal of socially-engaged art criticism [online], 23. Available from: https://field-journal.com/issue-23/thinking-with-the-harrisons-what-does-now-demand

"The reversal of entropy requires considerable energy and imagination and is accompanied by risk." This statement from the designer, planner and ecologist Frederick Steiner evokes the core challenge of the current environmental crisis: the energy tha... Read More about Thinking with the Harrisons: what does now demand? [Article].

Facing the lens of the camera: bodies, self-portraiture, portraiture and identity in women artists' video. (2023)
Book Chapter
LEUZZI, L. 2023. Facing the lens of the camera: bodies, self-portraiture, portraiture and identity in women artists' video. In Dreckmann, K. and Vomberg, E. (eds.) More than illustrated music: aesthetics of hybrid media between pop, art and video. New York: Bloomsbury Academic [online], chapter 8, pages 93-105. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5040/9781501381263.0015

Since its commercial inception and availability in the late 60s and 70s, video has acted as a powerful tool for women artists to explore feminist issues and debunk stereotypes re-perpetrated over the centuries by patriarchal society. In resonance wit... Read More about Facing the lens of the camera: bodies, self-portraiture, portraiture and identity in women artists' video..