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  • Barker, Martin; Mathijs, Ernest (2005)
    It is widely recognized that students' vernacular engagements with a subject such as films can interfere with their willingness to make them an object of academic study. This essay reports the findings of a small action ...
  • Barker, Martin (Cambridge University Press, 2006)
    The process of translating works of literature to the silver screen is a rich field of study for both students and scholars of literature and cinema. The fourteen essays collected here provide an up-to-date survey of the ...
  • Barker, Martin (Manchester University Press, 2004)
    New Hollywood Violenceis a groundbreaking collection of essays devoted to an interrogation of various aspects, dimensions, and depictions of violence in New Hollywood filmmaking. 'New Hollywood' refers to the return to ...
  • Downing, Richard (2001)
  • Mathijs, Ernest; Barker, Martin (Peter Lang, 2008)
    How did audiences across the world respond to the films of The Lord of the Rings? This book presents findings from the largest film audience project ever undertaken, drawing from 25,000 questionnaire responses and a wide ...
  • Downing, R. D. (Museum Tusculanum Press, 2008-07-07)
  • Downing, Richard (U-Man Zoo (Performance Research Company), 2001)
    'Water Banquet' is the generic title of a series of performance and installation works stemming from the placement and animation of an extraordinary table of water, thirty feet long and six feet wide. Each manifestation ...
  • Downing, R. D. (London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 2007-11-21)
  • Greenhalgh, Jill; Brookes, Michael (2002)
  • Brookes, M. J.; Casado, Rosa (Inteatro, 2008)
    Commissioned and produced by Inteatro, Italy, 'well-being / welfare' initiated a two year period as associate artist to the company. Originally presented over four consecutive days, within a public park in Polverigi, Italy, ...
  • Brookes, Michael Jonathan; Casado, Rosa (2012)
    A live art and performance project, initially developed and presented as the culmination of research residencies awarded and supported by Iberescena (Spain), Wales Arts International (Wales), Brown University (Providence, ...
  • Roms, Heike Pearson (Trace: Samizdata Press, 2008-02-01)
    Heike Roms What's Welsh for Performance? Beth yw 'performance' yn Gymraeg? An Oral History of Performance Art in Wales 1968-2008 For more than forty years artists have been creating performances, happenings and other ...
  • Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (2004)
    Lighting design for the context-specific theatre work 'White Trash' (Quarantine, 2004), developed within the context of Brookes' long-term collaboration with the company. Produced and presented with Contact, Manchester, in 2004.
  • Banham, Simon (Quarantine Theatre Company, 2004)
    White Trash is a dirty ballet of reality. It was created with and performed by seven young white working-class men from Manchester. They played pool and the audience watched. Out of the banality of their game and their ...
  • Brookes, Michael Jonathan; Pearson, Michael John; Thomas, Ed (2004)
    'Who are you looking at?' was developed in collaboration with Mike Pearson and Welsh playwright Ed Thomas, and presented under the umbrella of Brookes and Pearson's performance collective 'Pearson/Brookes'. Realised over ...
  • Chandler, Daniel; Griffiths, Merris (Wallflower Press, 2004)
  • Work 
    Ames, Margaret (Aberystwyth University, 2010-07-26)
    This new piece is authored by Adrian Jones and Cyrff Ystwyth. Jones is a learning disabled person. ‘Work’ was a non-textual narrative based on Jones’ memories and his rural farming environment in Ceredigion. Rooted in ...
  • Ames, Margaret (2011-06-06)
    This article describes and discusses performance work devised by a learning disabled person. The generative process and the relationship between the author and the artist are examined. Central to the argument presented is ...

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