Framing Theory and Practice

A dissertation is a dialogue between historical, cultural background of your studio work and questions that might arise from that.

... CHS is aimed at enabling critical engagement to take place within, and between the different disciplines at the RCA

Dr Eleanor Dare

The limits of symbolic logic (Calvert mentioned this) paper: Black Boxes and God-Trickx: an Accountnog Using Medical imaging systems to photograph

2011: Project on memory / memory gaps

What counts as knowledge is political To pretend otherwise is what Harraway (1991) would call a God-Trick

2013: Blood-Sugar Roulette: a case study on bio-geometric body-art

2017: An artist's expert system: second order cybernetics

Work on artificial language / machine learning A play between two artificial agents

McQuillan: Re-thinking AI through the politics of 1968

A society whose synapses have been replaced by neural networks...

PhD Work: Bespoke books that tried to understand readers

Galton (1870): Composite portraits

See also: detecting gay people through facial recognition

2018: Munging analytica: god tricks, con tricks

Cathy Johns

Inclusive Citation: HOw diverse are your references

Towards a critical (art) librarienship: theories and practices (at Chelsea)

IN the library with the lead pipe

Work on King's Cross: regeneration The metropolitan archive The museum of london archive

Prof Dr Suzanne Buchan: Critical and Methodological Approaches to writing about animation

Founding editor of animation: an interdisciplinary joural

Animation as the paradigm for all cinematic prodiction Stuart Hall

Bordwell, Thompson (2004): Film Art: An Introduction

Formal framework to analyze film

Library of COngress Moving Image Genre-form Guide Question of how animation is classified

Eduardo Paolozzi (1962): History of Nothing Frayling (1993): Research in Art and Design Real-World Research Claisse (2013): Interpretive handling objects Weaving World: a collective venture into human-nonhuman entanglements