Thursday 18 February 2021

Assessing Contents.

I am considering ways of presenting my
PhD materials, my visuals, research
interview transcripts and theories I have
collected. I am following a brilliant
project based at Reading University
documenting works by film-maker
Stephen Dworskin:
and I have come across a fascinating
article on Lux’s website, written by Zoe
Bartliff at University of Glasgow. Bartliff
describes an approach to data visualisation
and digital archiving using an ‘at a glance’
technique, ways to visualise a whole,
as well as parts and components with it.
(Bartliff, 2021). With this research are
a series of sunburst diagrams, showing
files, structures, and metadata extracted
from hard-drives.
This is documented here:
including links to a brilliant, interactive
conference poster and conference proceedings
to published works online.

Print Ideas:

Fraser Muggeridge Studio

Monday 15 February 2021

Meetings with Lisa and Simon

 Monday 15th February

France, hotels, Covid-tests, deadlines
and time planning, sources, 9 hours, back up
plans, funding, ideas, web and print
production, links and connections, 15th
Century, text obscuring images, Daria
Mattingly interview, blinds, elephants,
sugar paper, Ukraine, Holodomor funding,
formulas for academic success, S-ARCH,
Rome in September, Cambridge,
stars, Shakespeare and Laurence Sterne,
next meetings, DYCP, damp,
diagrammatic writing, Time out, MIMA,
compromises, conferences, inscription, holes,
Darian Leader, cuts.

Tuesday 9 February 2021

Anton Lapov - East-Ukrainian Complex: Donbass Media-art, 1990-2020

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies
Online Webinar
Tuesday 9th of February 6.00pm - 8.30pm.

Anton Lapov:

Open Archive of Ukrainian Media Art:

Found Centre of Contemporary Arts,

Ukrainian Architecture

Ukrainian Modernism

Kyiv Polytechnic Institute,
Buildings 9 and 20

Kyiv National University
Faculty of Architecture 1982

Ukrainian House
Lenin Museum, 1982