Browsing by Author "Jones, Ffion"

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  • Jones, Ffion (2014-11-19)
    Dear Mick Jagger... is an hour-long film (an excerpt will be screened) which explores the relationship between the Jones family and their livestock animals. It was conceived to be viewed in relation to a particular space ...
  • Jones, Ffion (2015-06-12)
    Dear Mick Jagger... is an hour-long film (a shorter edited version was screened) screened) which explores the relationship between the Jones family and their livestock animals. It was conceived to be viewed in relation to ...
  • Jones, Ffion (Berw, 2016-12)
    As trans identity becomes part of public consciousness as never before, how can theatre respond not only to the fluidity within gender (as it always has done) but also the way in which the internet has had such a shaping ...
  • Jones, Ffion (Berw, 2014)
    The Gathering/Yr Helfa was a promenade performance commissioned by National Theatre Wales (NTW). Having spent three years observing farm life at Hafod Y Llan farm, an Upland Hill farm at the foothills of Snowdon near the ...
  • Jones, Ffion; Casado, Rosa; Rowley, John; Morgan, Richard Huw (2017-04-02)
    In 1941 a film originally titled "The Slag", beat "Citizen Kane" to win the Oscar for Best Picture. With a coal mine perched on a desert mountain painted black, an Irish director, and the most outrageous collection of ...
  • Jones, Ffion (2014)
    This animated film seeks to explore everyday farm objects by drawing them into playful relationships with natural phenomenon and materials. Emulating 'time-lapse' photography through stop-animation, these films ask questions ...
  • Jones, Ffion (2015)
    Dear Mick Jagger … was an enhanced screening of a film that explores the relationship between the Jones family (my immediate family) and their livestock animals. It was conceived to be viewed in relation to a particular ...
  • Jones, Ffion (2015-10-27)
    This conference paper attempts to explore the role of the four Physical performers that were creating a moving topography during National Theatre of Wales production of the Iliad.
  • Jones, Ffion (Aberystwyth University, 2014)
    This thesis uses an interdisciplinary methodological approach including art practice, ethnography and autoethnography as a way of examining the relationship between a farming family and their upland sheep farm in mid- ...