Artists' Books in UC Collections: A Scoping Study (2014)
Artists' Books in UC Collections: A Scoping Study, undertaken as part of the University of Canterbury Summer Scholarship Scheme, provides the foundation for a larger project by the Department of Art History and Theory. This ongoing research initiative will investigate the place of artists' books within UC collections, and explore ways in which the collection and display of these objects can be enhanced through innovative collaborations with the Digital Humanities, librarians and external partners.
ANZSRC Fields of Research36 - Creative arts and writing::3606 - Visual arts::360602 - Fine arts
19 - Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing::1901 - Art Theory and Criticism
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Mana-Wheoki, Jonathan N. (University of Canterbury. Fine Arts, 1969)Music and painting are, materially speaking, very different arts. In the former a temporally presented mode of expression addresses itself to the ear, in the latter a spatially presented mode addresses itself to the eye, ...
Gardner JE; Fox C (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2018)ABSTRACT: In 2002 Christian Wolff was a guest composer at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and during the course of the festival he was interviewed by Christopher Fox and by James Gardner. Fox's interview took ...
Bartneck, Christoph (2019)Many disciplines contribute to the success of human-robot interaction. Computer scientists and psychologist are amongst the most frequent contributors, but their contributions are not necessarily the most interesting ones. ...