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The unusual symmetry of musicians: Musicians have equilateral interhemispheric transfer for visual information
Previous behavioural research has shown that spatial attention is bilaterally represented in musicians, possibly reflecting more equal neural development between the hemispheres. We investigated this theory electrophysiologically ...
Heart, Honesty and Discipline: Mask Training and the Foundation of Lab: Research Theatre Company
The culture of actor training is central in the work of LAB: Research Theatre Company. This paper explores the principles behind the development of the company’s own theatre language and the ethos that informs the utilization ...
Missionaries and Chinese Gongche Notation
(Sichuan Yinyue Xueyuan,Sichuan Conservatory of Music, 2013)
Gongche is the traditional and ancient form of musical notation in China.
Louis Laloy and His La Musique Chinoise
(Zhongyang Yinyue Xueyuan,Central Conservatory of Music, 2013)
French musicologist Louis Laloy, author of the first biography of Debussy and his study of Chinese music.
Adventures in International Collaboration: Facilitating Globally-Created Student-Generated Mobile Movies Using a Blend of Online Tools
(International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), (Valencia, Spain), 2014)
The burgeoning of international connectivity has, in the last few short years, opened up new arenas of artistic collaboration. The next generation of filmmakers will certainly engage with an ever-greater degree of remote ...
THX 1138: (Re-) Made in God’s Image
(Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 2014)
It is, perhaps, a little, hyperbolic to refer to George Lucas as ‘the greatest artist of our time’, responsible for closing ‘the gap between art and technology more successfully’ (Paglia, 2012) than any other; yet it is ...
A living curricula: Conversations about learning and teaching
(Canadian Association for University Continuing Education, 2011-05)
Unitec New Zealand’s ‘Living Curricula’ is both an Academic Strategy and an aspiration for a unique institutional culture. The Department of Performing and Screen Arts has developed course curriculum that crosses discipline ...
An analysis of Interiors for string quartet and the influence of Scelsi's sonorist aesthetic.
(The Author, 2014)
This presentation discusses my recent compositional interests through analysis of Interiors (2012) for string quartet and the influence of Giacinto Scelsi’s sonorist aesthetic. The central focus of Interiors is to create ...