TECHNE Students

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y

JAmbrose

Jeremiah Ambrose

Using non-haptic interaction and virtual reality immersion to explore the generative potential of interactive film.

University of Brighton College of Arts and Humanities

2015 -  

 

Megan Archer

A critical history of logistics: digitised life as a logistical operation

University of Brighton College of Arts and Humanities

2015 -  

 

Armston-Sheret

Edward Armston-Sheret

‘Wild things in wild places’: British cultures of extreme exploration, 1851–1913

Royal Holloway, University of London

2017  

 

Irene Artegiani

Machine Translation and multilingual subtitling: the role of post-editors in the creative industries.

University of Roehampton, London

2017  

 

Jennifer Allan

Fog Tropes: The social and cultural history of the foghorn 1853 to the present day

University of the Arts, London

2015 -  

 

Alix Agret

Allo Paris: the seen, the scene and the ob-scene. Magazines, eroticism and a New Vision, 1931-1939

Royal College of Art, London

2016 -  

 

Denise

Denise Ackerl

Strategies of resistance in the digital space: a feminist performance

University of the Arts, London

2017  

 

Anna Adahl

The aesthetics and politics of crowd simulations generated by computational software and algorithms.

Royal College of Art, London

2017  

 

Melissa Addey

Melissa Addey

Critical element: Re-imagining the Yuan Ming Yuan: the role of fiction in reconstructing historical artefacts and the subsequent impact of this fiction on the historical novel. Creative element: The Forbidden Palace, a historical novel set in the Yuan Ming Yuan

University of Surrey

2016 -  

 

Atkinson

Elizabeth Atkinson

Contact Zones: Processes between nonhumans and humans in contemporary art

Royal College of Art, London

2016 -  

 

Atkinson

Rebecca Atkinson

Exploring the role of Music Therapy in enhancing the lives of children with Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (Batten Disease)

University of Roehampton, London

2017  

 

Abiraad

Helene Abiraad

Locating narratives of memory in social activism in post-war Lebanon.

University of Brighton College of Arts and Humanities

2016 -