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Capon, Robin and Healey, Michael (2011) The essence of the subject. The Artist (174). ISSN 0004-3877
Chapman, David and Wilson, Louise K. (2011) The caress of the audible: Re-sounding Falkland. Social Semiotics, 21 (4). pp. 517-529. ISSN 1035-0330
Collinson, Stewart (2011) Digital: bridge it all. In: Digtal Hybridity, 17th June 2011, DMARC - University of Derby.
Cox, Sebastian (2011) Traditional as radical. Masters thesis, University of lincoln.
Diss, Darren (2011) Happy radio. [Artefact]
Diss, Darren (2011) Bad Apple. [Artefact]
Eastwood, Phil (2011) Double take. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Eastwood, Phil and Smith, David H. (2011) Oddities: a retrospective. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Healey, Michael and Esson, Michael (2011) The art of reconstruction. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Healey, Michael and Esson, Michael and Colston, Belinda (2011) The art of reconstruction. [Project]
Healey, Michael (2011) The art of reconstruction: new perception, innovation and reconstruction in the field of plastic surgery. In: Risk and Revolution, 26 ï¿½ 28 October 2011, Lu Xun Academy of Art ,Dalian, China. .
Healey, Michael and Birrell, George and Brown, Davy and Carter, Pam and Kelsey, Robert (2011) Scottish show. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Kyriacou, Sotiris and Plowman, John (2011) Archive. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Lent, Michael (2011) Praxis of potentiality: a consideration of spatial disappearance. In: Mobility and Fantasy in Visual Culture First International Symposium, 20-21 May 2011, Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul, Turkey.
Lent, Michael (2011) Courting dissolution: the praxis of adumbrational space. In: Royal Geographical Society International Conference, Mobile Geographies, 31 August 2011, Imperial College London/RGS, London, UK.
Morrad, Annie (2011) Another time another place. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Morrad, Annie (2011) Conflict. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Morrad, Annie (2011) The penetration of sound on the still photographic digital image. In: Online Mainline, 15 September 2011, Birmingham.
Morrad, Annie (2011) Come and see- two. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Morrad, Annie (2011) The penetration of sound on the still photographic digital image. In: OnlineMainline, 15 September 2011, Birmingham City University, Birmingham School of Media .
O'Hana, Sarah and Turner, Lesley (2011) The power of communication through art jewellery. In: New Directions in the Humanities, 8-11 June 2011, Granada, Spain.
O'Hana, Sarah (2011) Medals 1-7. [Artefact]
O'Hana, Sarah and Lignel, Benjamin and Broadhead, Caroline and Kamata, Jiro and Melland, Nanna and Bloxham, Jo (2011) Under that cloud. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Onol, Isil (2011) Development of new methodologies for user-testing of technology products. [Project]
Onol, Isil (2011) Haptic interaction with visual information: tactile exhibition as inclusive interface between museum visitors and the Bronze Bust of Sophocles. PhD thesis, University of Huddersfield.
Onol, Isil (2011) Haptic vision and tangible images. [Experiment]
Oreilly, Oran (2011) Comic iconoclast. [Artefact]
Peacock, Irvine (2011) Ramalamabim. [Artefact]
Robinson, Glen (2011) Non verbal. [Artefact]
Tagg, Justin (2011) You are nowhere: you are now here. [Event, Show or Exhibition]
Verity, Adam (2011) Print/screen: current and future dissemination of the self published artist's book. In: Photography and The Artist's Book Symposium, 21 October 2011, Manchester Metropolitan University Special Collections.
Verity, Adam and Atkinson, Craig (2011) Black & white photographs, San Francisco. Field Trip Magazine #2: Unplanned, 2 . pp. 1-4. ISSN 2044-2033
Waites, Ian (2011) 'Extensive fields of our forefathers': some prospect drawings of common fields in Northamptonshire by Peter Tillemans, c. 1719-21. Midland History, 36 (1). pp. 42-68. ISSN 0027-7738
Waites, Ian (2011) The life and death of a council estate shopping area: ‘The Precinct’, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire 1965-2000. In: The History and Heritage of Post-war Council Estates: Exploring Changing Landscapes and Cultural Life , 30 June 2011, Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln.