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Windle, Amanda and Gibbs, Ian (2011) Becoming and Belonging - Cross Borders of Research and Enteprise. In: Staff Development Day, July 2011, London College of Communication.
Windle, Amanda and Burley, Tim and Din, Zahida and Giagkoglou, Thomas, Artsdepot, Ingelby (2014) What arts and culture venues need to know about the 65+ arts and culture attendees. In: Digital R&D Learning Event, Nesta, Plough Lane, London.
Windle, Amanda (2014) Automation and design for prevention: Fictional accounts of misanthropic agency from the elevator (lift) to the sexbot (chatbot). Technoetic Arts, 12 (1). pp. 91-106. ISSN 1477-965X
Windle, Amanda (2011) Considering simplicity and dexterity in an open and closed internet of things. Creative Industries Knowledge Transfer Network (04). (Unpublished)
Windle, Amanda (2012) Design for prevention and the promises of automated things: two fictional accounts of misanthropic agency from the elevator (lift) to the sexbot. In: CRESC Conference 2012 Promises: Crisis and Socio-Cultural Change, 4th - 7th September 2012, Manchester.
Windle, Amanda (2011) Inscribing Complexity: Diagrammatic Interventions. In: Visualisation in the Age of Computerization, 25-26 March 2011, Saïd Business School, Oxford University.
Windle, Amanda (2011) Territorial Violence and Design, 1950-2010: A Human-Computer Study of Personal Space and Chatbot Interaction. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London with Surrey University.
Windle, Amanda (2013) Territoriality and the DigiLab — How the Spatial Turn Comes to Matter. In: 4S, 19 - 23rd August 2013, San Diego.
Windle, Amanda (2012) Video interview on enterprise and research at the DigiLab. Co-Creating the Future.
Windle, Amanda (2012) Virtual reenactments of studio practice: assembling a digi-lab through case studies of virtual and online inscription. In: Biennial Conference of 4S and EASST, 17th - 20th October 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Windle, Amanda (2014) Visualising Complex Data: A Workshop Approach to Infographics and Knowledge Transmission. In: 4S and ESOCITES, 19-23rd August 2014, 4S, Buenos Aires.
Nunez, G. Alfonso (2015) Between Technophilia, Cold War and Rationality: A Social and Cultural History of Digital Art. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.