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Barnett, Heather (2015) A Malleable Metaphor: Physarum polycephalum as artistic and educational medium. In: The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks, 3-5 December 2015, Columbia University, New York City, US.
Ball, Steven and Curtis, David and Le Grice, Malcolm (2003) British Artists' Moving Image Database/Known Works database. UNSPECIFIED.
Ball, Steven (2011) Formal environmentalism: recent work by Steven Ball. [Show/Exhibition]
Creamer, Anne-Marie (2015) The Passing of the Keepers of Salento: a memorial to obsolescence. In: Moving Landscape. Progetto GAP, Italy.
Cohen, Nathan (2014) Video ergo sum: an artist’s thoughts on inventing with computer technology in the creation of artworks. In: Digital Da Vinci: Computers in the Arts and Sciences. Springer, New York, USA, pp. 99-111. ISBN 978-1-4939-0964-3
Cohen, Nathan (2016) Visual Perception, Abstraction and Invention: an Exploration. Interalia Magazine (22).
Davidmann, Sara and Lowe, Paul and Hunter, Tom and Moore, David and Skelton, Pam and Sutherland, Patrick, PARC (2011) Photography and the archive research centre core members exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]
Hosea, Birgitta (2012) Substitutive bodies and constructed actors: a practice-based investigation of animation as performance. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.
Hosea, Birgitta (2008) TV 2.0: animation readership / authorship on the internet. Animation Studies, 3. pp. 24-32. ISSN 1930-1928
Maffioletti, Catherine (2012) Beyond the Mirror: Towards a feminised (cartographic) process of spatiality in moving-image & installation based art. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.
Macdonald, Iain (2015) Designing to engage a television audience: how are different media used in TV ident creation? Arts and the Market, 5 (2). pp. 139-153. ISSN ISSN: 2056-4945
Macdonald, Iain (2016) Hybrid Practices in Moving Image Design - Methods of Heritage and Digital Production in Motion Graphics. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN ISBN 978-3-319-41375-4
Noce, Kim (2016) Image and word: a talk about the making of "Love in Idleness". In: Still Shakespeare, 20 October 2016, Nash Lecture Theatre King's Building, Strand Campus King's College London London WC2R 2LS.
Tan, Erika (2014) Come Cannibalise Us, Why Don’t You? / Sila Mengkanibalkan kami mahu tak? [Book]. National University of Singapore, Singapore. ISBN 978-981-07-9128-5