Bibliography

Chrystal Cherniwchan | MAMDP Bibliography | 1 June 2019

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Blight, D. (2016) The Pixel is a Note of Birdsong. Source, The Photographic Review, vol. 85, pp.32-39.

Bodman, S. ed., (2017) The Blue Notebook: Journal for artists’ books, vol. 12, No. 1, Autumn-Winter 2017. Bristol: Impact Press.

Bodman, S. ed., (2017) Artists’ Book Year Book 2018-19. Bristol: Impact Press.

Bodman, S. ed., (2013) Artists’ Book Year Book 2014-15. Bristol: Impact Press.

Bodman, S. (2011) Life, the universe and everything: the artist’s book as a means of theoretical, political and social consideration of the natural world. Available at: http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/pdf/resources/bodman.pdf[Accessed 2 January 2018].

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Bodman, S. (2005) Creating Artists’ Books (Printmaking Handbooks). London: A & C Black Publishers Ltd.

Bolland, M. (2006) Subjectless Photography. Source. Issue 47, pp 50-51.

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Brouws, J., Burton, W., Zschiegner, H., eds. (2013) Various Small Books, Referencing Various Small Books by Ed Ruscha. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Brown, E., Phu, T. (2014) Feeling Photography. Durham: Duke University Press.

Brown, K., Cage, J., d’Harnoncourt, A., Toland, L., Singdahlsen, Paul. (1982) John Cage Etchings 1978-1982. Oakland: Point Publications.

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Cotton, C. (2009) The Photograph as Contemporary Art, 2ndedn. London: Thames & Hudson.

Cotton, C. (2015) Photography is Magic. New York: Aperture Foundation, Inc.

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Di Palma, V. (2006) Blurs, Blots and Clouds: Architecture and the Dissolution of the Surface. AA Files. No. 54, pp 24-35.

Duckworth, W. (1995) Talking Music. New York: Schirmer Books.

Engle, K. and Wong, Y-S., eds., (2018) Feelings of Structure: Explorations in Affect. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Fick, B. and Grabowski, B. (2015) Printmaking: A Complete Guide to Materials & Processes (2ndedition). London: Laurence King Publishing.

Fishpool, M. (2009) Hybrid Prints. London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Fowler, S. (2016) Rubber Stamping: Get Creative with Stamps, Rollers and Other Printmaking Techniques. London: Laurence King Publishing.

Fox, C. (2017) The Young Monster. London: Fitzcarraldo Editions.

Frascina, F. (2011) ‘White Cube, White Culture, White Riot. Identity, Ambivalence and Non-Belonging’, Third Text vol. 25, Issue 5, pp. 523-538. Published online: 04 Oct 2011.

Freedberg, D. and Baldini, E. (1997) Citrus Fruit. London: Harvey Miller Publishers.

Goode, S. and Yonemura, I. (2017) Making Books, A guide to creating hand-crafted books. London: Pavilion.

Haraway, D. (1991) Simians, Cyborgs, and Women, The Reinventation of Nature. London: Free Association Press.

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Haworth, C. (2016) ‘Matters of Duration’.Source, The Photographic Review, vol. 85, pp.16-25.

Hildyard, D. (2017). The Second Body. London: Fitzcarraldo Editions.

Hingley, L. (2011) Photographer as researcher in the project ‘Under Gods: Stories from Soho Road’,Visual Studies, 26:3, 260-269. Published online: 21 Oct 2011.

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Massumi, B. (2002) Parables for the virtual. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Massumi, B. (2015) Politics of Affect. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Massumi, B. (2002) Parables for the Virtual, Movement, Affect, Sensation. Durham: Duke University Press.

Maur, K. (1999) The Sound of Painting. Munich: Prestel Verlag.

Morris, W. (Reissue edition 2009) News from Nowhere. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Nelson, R. (2013) Conceptual Frameworks for PaR and Related Pedagogy: From ‘Hard Facts’ to ‘Liquid Knowing’, in Practice as Research in The Arts London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 48-70.

Nicholls, D. (2002) The Cambridge Companion to John Cage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Oliveros, P. (2005) Deep Listening. Lincoln, NE: iUniverse.

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Revill, G. (2016) Music, Photography and Landscape. Source, The Photographic Review, (85), pp. 40-49.

Rothlein, J. (2013) Rashad Becker: Nontraditional music. Resident Advisor [Online]. 25 October 2013. Available at https://www.residentadvisor.net/features/1941(Accessed 16 March 2017).

Saatchi Gallery Talk: New Directions in Contemporary Photography (2011) YouTube video, added by satchigallofficial [Online]. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSugcQg4jpM(Accessed 29 October 2017).

Smith, E. (2007) How to Make Books. New York: Potter Craft.

Smith, H. and Dean, R. (2009) Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Smith, M. (2016) ‘A giant of the avant-garde shows us how to listen’, Resident Advisor [Podcast].17 March 2016. Available athttps://www.residentadvisor.net/podcast-episode.aspx?exchange=293(Accessed 16 February 2017).

Stawarska-Beavan, Magda 2017. Resonating The Visual: Printmaking and Sound Practice. [PDF]. Available at: http://www.magda-stawarska-beavan.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Resonating-the-Visual-Printmaking-and-Sound-Practice-New_B.pdf[Accessed on 17 May 2019].

Thompson, M. (2017) Beyond Unwanted Sound, Noise, Affect, and Aesthetic Moralism. New York: Bloomsbury.

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Thrift, N. (2008) Non-Representational Theory. Oxon: Routledge.

Turner, C. (2012) Against Narrative: Uta Barth on Photography, Experience, and Perception. Newfound. Volume no. 3, Issue 2.

Viegener, M. (2015) I’m very into you, Correspondence 1995-1996, Kathy Acker and McKenzie Wark. South Pasadena: Semiotext(e).

 

 

 

 

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