Materialising Time explored new and innovative methods of visually representing time through a series of Seascapes being developed in partnership with Film and Video Umbrella, London and the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill.
The project considered the status of drawing in relation to its history as a preliminary, or transitional medium.
Mark Godfrey’s Leverhulme funded research project looked at the way American artists engaged the memory of the Holocaust resulting in the book Abstraction and the Holocaust (Yale University Press 2007).
This investigation aimed to contribute to our understanding of how global communications systems like the worldwide web are transforming the way we perceive the world around us.
Jayne Parker's objective was to make a group of 16 mm films that addressed the question: can film be a 'musical equivalent'?
This grant covered some of the research expenses for the production of Alighiero E Boetti, 2012, Yale University Press.
This project, led by Tom Lomax, aimed to further develop mould-making and casting processes and introduce experimental and investigative methods to enhance an awareness and understanding of space, light, mass, gravity and form and how these relate to the making and experiencing of sculpture, as well as embracing other processes such as photography and print.
FRAMED took place on 23, 24 and 25 March 2006, organised by Dr Susan Collins, Head of Electronic Media and scheduled to coincide with the NODE.London season for media arts and also to mark the 10th anniversary of the Slade Centre for Electronic Media.
TURTLE was a three-day event at the Slade Research Centre organised by
Dr Sharon Morris, Head of Film and Video and Sean Borodale with
musician/artist Anton Lukoszevieze and Michael Shamberg, artist and
curator of TURTLE events.
Honorary Research Fellow, Dr Simon Schofield had an exhibition of new system-based artworks produced during a two year NESTA Fellowship, Experiments in Digital Surface Generation, at the Slade Research Centre, in November 2007.