Practice as Research 2002-08

Below is a list of selection of practice as research produce by TMD staff between 2004 and 2008. For further details about the publication record of individual staff members, search the people section. Click here for practice-as-research projects since 2008.

Sam Boardman-Jacobs:

— (2007) The Sixth Column has Better Legs, a series of radio dramas commissioned by BBC Radio Drama to commemorate the anniversary of the start of the Spanish Civil War and the murder of Federico Garcia Lorca. Broadcast in 5 episodes, March 16th – 20th 2007 on BBC Radio 4 at 10.45 am (repeated 7.45 pm) each day as a Woman’s Hour drama.

Inga Burrows:

— (2007) Well I Never, a place-specific art project was based on conversations with the inhabitants of Pontypridd who volunteered their memories of particular locations in the town. Selected memories were interpreted as a series of short films in different forms/genres.

Sean Crowley:

— (2007) Acqua Nero, design for this production which premiered at The Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton Cardiff.

Sean-Tuan John:

— (2007) How I faded and disintegrated, challenging solo dance/film performance that focused on the severe implications of dementia and the treatment of the elderly in society.

— (2007) Kill the Klowns, a dance theatre performance, which premiered at The Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, and toured nationally.

Wyn Mason:

— (2007) (with Ian Wiblin) Crossing, video, 25 mins., 2007, screened at Experimentica 07 festival (with live music performance), Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, 2007.

Ieuan Morris:

— (2007) Watch Me!, a short film incorporating video messaging to the mobile phones of audience members. First screened at The Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff.

Pat Ryan:

— (2007) Kick into Reading, storytelling and performance, along with training, with footballers, coaches and support staff as part of a literacy project for the National Literacy Trust and the Arts Council of England. 15 Football League clubs, from all Divisions, have been involved so far.

Ian Wiblin:

— (2007) Recovered Territory, The New Art Gallery, Walsall, 13 July to 9 September 2007. New work about place and history photographed in the Polish city of Wroclaw, the former German city of Breslau

— (with A. Kennedy) (2006) Stella Polare, video, 75 mins., 2005, official selection for 35th Rotterdam International Film Festival, 2006 (World Premiere) and other international festivals. Featured in Vertigo quarterly journal for worldwide independent film and video, Vol. 3, No. 5, Spring 2007, with an article by Dr Andy Birtwistle, Canterbury Christchurch University.