Category Archives: art

CCPRG 2015-16

During the 2015-2016 ac. year, CCPRG met eight times in the Digital Humanities Lab, Silverstone building, Sussex. Presentations on their creative project and/or on their creative critical practices were given by: Danny Bright, Eri Iwanaka, Adam Whitehall, Joe Watson, Micheal O’Connell,

CCPRG 2015-16

During the 2015-2016 ac. year, CCPRG met eight times in the Digital Humanities Lab, Silverstone building, Sussex. Presentations on their creative project and/or on their creative critical practices were given by: Danny Bright, Eri Iwanaka, Adam Whitehall, Joe Watson, Micheal O’Connell,

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An American in Paris: An exhibition of drawing and writing Opens 13.06.2014

An American in Paris: An exhibition of drawing and writing  NOW And AGAIN Gallery, Brighton Friday 13 June 2014 7 – 9pm Now and Again presents an exhibition of drawing and flash fiction. To break out an art historical term,

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An American in Paris: An exhibition of drawing and writing Opens 13.06.2014

An American in Paris: An exhibition of drawing and writing  NOW And AGAIN Gallery, Brighton Friday 13 June 2014 7 – 9pm Now and Again presents an exhibition of drawing and flash fiction. To break out an art historical term,

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CCPRG Meeting Summary 14th May 2014

Present (6): SA, DH, BH, NH, MOC, JW Apologies (9): CC, ADa, EF, KG, SJN, JA, PMc, TR, FS Micheál O’Connell introduced a new short looping film he’d been developing as part of his project relating to courier company parcel tracking

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CCPRG Meeting Summary 14th May 2014

Present (6): SA, DH, BH, NH, MOC, JW Apologies (9): CC, ADa, EF, KG, SJN, JA, PMc, TR, FS Micheál O’Connell introduced a new short looping film he’d been developing as part of his project relating to courier company parcel tracking

CCPRG Meeting Summary 2nd April 2014

Present (13): including SA, DB, CC, EF, JG, AK, TK, TM, JA, MOC, CB, AD Apologies (7): ADa, KG, CG, NH, SJN, FS, JW Cécile Chevalier took the group to a new installation she has been working on, in collaboration

CCPRG Meeting Summary 2nd April 2014

Present (13): including SA, DB, CC, EF, JG, AK, TK, TM, JA, MOC, CB, AD Apologies (7): ADa, KG, CG, NH, SJN, FS, JW Cécile Chevalier took the group to a new installation she has been working on, in collaboration

CCPRG Meeting Summary 5th March 2014

Present: DB, EF, TR, JG, FS, SJN… Danny Bright notes (by SJN): Ghosting Sonic Heritage: how can sound and music works interrogate sonic memory and temporality in relation to ruined, disused and re-purposed industrial or post-industrial space? ‘Sonic ghosting’, a

CCPRG Meeting Summary 5th March 2014

Present: DB, EF, TR, JG, FS, SJN… Danny Bright notes (by SJN): Ghosting Sonic Heritage: how can sound and music works interrogate sonic memory and temporality in relation to ruined, disused and re-purposed industrial or post-industrial space? ‘Sonic ghosting’, a

CCPRG Meeting Summary 11th December 2013

Present (11): TA, DB, CC, DH, BH, NH, SJN, TK, MOC, FS, JW Apologies (12): SA, AD, EF, KG, CG, IG, EH, AK, PMc, BN, PN, TR, Tom Ainsworth ( http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/research/doctoral-centre-arts/student/tom-ainsworth ) who’d recently completed a PhD, and was supervised

CCPRG Meeting Summary 11th December 2013

Present (11): TA, DB, CC, DH, BH, NH, SJN, TK, MOC, FS, JW Apologies (12): SA, AD, EF, KG, CG, IG, EH, AK, PMc, BN, PN, TR, Tom Ainsworth ( http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/research/doctoral-centre-arts/student/tom-ainsworth ) who’d recently completed a PhD, and was supervised

CCPRG Meeting Summary 18th September 2013

Present (10): CC, KG, DH, NH, JL, PMc, MOC, TR, ART, KW As planned a number of shorter presentations and introductions were given with some feedback and discussion. We also touched upon questions about exclusivity, how creative practitioners from different

CCPRG Meeting Summary 18th September 2013

Present (10): CC, KG, DH, NH, JL, PMc, MOC, TR, ART, KW As planned a number of shorter presentations and introductions were given with some feedback and discussion. We also touched upon questions about exclusivity, how creative practitioners from different