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- Reflections on the Cities, Embodiments and Technologies Conference
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Category Archives: Reflections and Research
A brief account of my attendance at the University of Malta’s annual performing arts conference in March 2018. *** The University of Malta’s fifth annual School of Performing Arts Conference was held on 7th-9th March. The title of this year’s … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome Oz Ablett back to CityLIS as a research student. In this post, Oz Ablett introduces his PhD, which considers how the built environment can be described as a document. He also discusses his work on Building Information … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome Shohana Nowrin back to CityLIS as she begins her PhD research. Here, Shohana briefly introduces herself and her work on information literacy. *** Hello everyone!! It’s me, Shohana Nowrin, and I am very excited to … Continue reading
Joseph Dunne is researching how the arts are responding to our so -called post truth era. In this post, Joe discusses what the National Theatre production Network says about the impact media has on public perceptions of reality. *** Paddy Chayefsky’s 1976 movie Network has … Continue reading
This post explores the potential links between immersive theatre and online interactivity. *** Immersive theatre has become a popular term in the UK over the past decade. It encompasses quite a broad range of performance practices, but at it’s most … Continue reading