Sustainable North, N8 Research Partnership Sustainability, community action and social media (what if no-one turns up?)
United We Act: a scoping study and a symposium on Connected Communities The book for the AHRC funded Connected Communities Scoping study. United We Act: a scoping study and a symposium on connected communities and the scoping study
Cultural Trends 2012 The Digital Butterflies of the Backstreets
North East Photography Network symposium 2012 The possibility of collective action through the creative use of digital media
Spaces of (Dis)Location Boundaries, conflicts, similarities between the virtual (digital) and the physical (urban)
Axis, The Rant. What is ‘participatory art’ and does it really bring about social change? Has ‘participation’ become an over-used, under-critiqued word in art practice today? The Art of Social Change
Scottish Art News. A review of the Hamish Fulton project ’21 Days in the Cairngorms’ at Deveron Arts
Axis MAstars. A review of the artist and 2009 Newcastle University MFA graduate Laura Cresser.
Axis MAstars. A review of the artist and the 2009 Newcastle University MFA student Tom Schofield.
/seconds journal James & Jones have recently contributed an article for /seconds journal. The article is framed around an email conversation discussing their recent online project ‘31 Proposals’. The article can be found here.