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PartPb Research

'The Angel of Art Sees The Future Even When She Flies Backwards: Enabling Deep Relational Encounter Through Participatory Practice-Based Research'

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Wilder Doddington - The Archive of Eco-Recovery, Fossey + Bell

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Responding to people in danger. A development and feasibility study to co-develop a community pharmacy response service for domestic abuse and suicidal ideation.

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Public Project - Participatory Arts

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RESEARCH OUTPUTS 

 

//A research publication profile including high quality research outputs at international level of quality both written and Practice-based Research (PbR)// 

 

My recent research profile includes both written and Practice-based Research (PBR) outputs. I am presently on a Teaching Scholarship Professional Practice profile (currently undergoing transferal to Teaching and Research (T&R) profile following successful PhD completion), so the following have not gone through the last REF.  

 

The *ratings as such are currently estimated but currently going through peer review. To date these are based on supervision/editors and publisher reviews. Four star 4* Quality that is world-leading in terms of originality, significance, and rigour. Three star 3* - Quality that is internationally excellent in terms of originality, significance, and rigour but which falls short of the highest standards of excellence. 

 

4* 

Bell, C. Alice (2022) 'A New Framework for Enabling Deep Relational Encounter through Participatory Practice-based Research' in Vear, C. The Routledge International Handbook of Practice-Based Research. London: Routledge, pp. 607 - 613 

 

3* 

Tuppen-Corps, A. and Del Negro, G. (2019) 'Tales of Transformational Encounter in Digital Arts Practice: Co- forming Connective Togetherness through Techno-Sensual Acts of Love' in Garriono, L. and Bruschi, B. Togetherness and its Discontents: Connectivity (as well as belonging, cooperation, conflict, and separation) in biographical narratives of adult education and learning. Lecce Italy: Pensa MultiMedia, pp. 445 - 473 

 

4* 

Tuppen-Corps, A. (2019) 'Germs Journey Video Resource', in Crosby, S., Younie, S. and Laird, K. Germ’s Journey Mini Brum Exhibition, De Montfort University and Think Tank Birmingham Science Museum, UK. 

 

3* 

Everitt, D., Raczinski, F. (2018). Personal Space [dynamic projection]. In: Tuppen-Corps, Alice, 27 April - 12 May 2018. Transformational Encounters: Touch, Traction, Transform [exhibition]. At: Leicester, The Gallery, De Montfort University Available at: https://daveeveritt.github.io/space-weather-words/ 

 

3* 

Tuppen-Corps, A. (2018). Transformational Encounters: Touch, Traction, Transform (TETTT) [exhibition]. At: Leicester, The Gallery, De Montfort University. Transformation Encounters: Touch, Traction, Transform (TETTT). Available at: https://www.alicecharlottebell.com/newtransformational-encounters and http://thegallery.dmu.ac.uk/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/. 

 

3* 

Everitt, D., Raczinski, F. Tuppen-Corps, A, (2018). Personal Space [dynamic projection] one exhibit from TETTT exhibited in INTERACT'18 EXHIBITION, LCB Depot, (2018) Available at: http://interactdigitalarts.uk/blogitem/124514 

 

4* 

Tuppen, A. (2016) 'Wherever I Lay my Hat that’s my Home' in Misplaced Women? an ongoing art project by   Ostojic, T. at Live Art Development Agency (LADA) Available at: [https://misplacedwomen.wordpress.com/2017/03/13/alice-tuppen-corps-unpacked-her-suitcase-on-december-14-2016-and-created-the-wherever-i-lay-my-hat-thats-my-home-performance-in-hackney-wick- london/] 

 

3* 

Solomon, J. and Taylor, S. (2015) Our lives, our community: The voice of the public on domestic abuse and child safeguarding concerns. International Conference of Primary Care & Public Health, Imperial College London developed into: Solomon, J. and Tuppen, A. (2018) “Is it ok?” A Public Health Intervention on Thresholds of Concern in Child and Domestic Abuse using Digital Performance.” 

 

3* 

Tuppen-Corps, A, C. (2016) (2016) ‘Point.forty dialogic artwork: An exploration of the personal (and collective) impact of augmented storytelling', in: Ed. Formenti, L. & West., L. Stories that make a Difference:   Exploring the collective, social, and political potential of narratives in adult education. Italy: Pensa Multimedia. pp. 108 - 115 

 

2* 

Tuppen, A. (2014) Point.forty Interactive Exhibition, Phoenix Cube Digital Arts Gallery. Institute for Creative Technologies Research Group. Available at: https://www.alicetuppencorps.com/point-forty Citation: http://www.seanclark.me.uk/phoenix and at Leicester Media School Launch, (2014)  and University of Bicocca, Milan, (2016) 

 

2* 

Tuppen, A. (2012) Blood Light Solo 30min intermedial multimedia performance, De Montfort University  

 

//Recent citations of quality//  

 

Freeman, J. (2010). Problems & Provocations around Performance, P-a-R & the PhD (cited alongside Dixon, Edmonds, and Candy) Available at: https://antropologiaeteatro.unibo.it/article/download/8556/8330 

 

Candy, L, Edmonds, E, Poltronieri, F. (2018) Explorations in Art and Technology, Chapter: The Artist as Digital Explorer, alongside Stelarc and others. Available at: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781447173663?fbclid=IwAR1-HQ4p9kFjrV25xLyi2QCuYV4re_wE29GBx2g6G6KWyYko-CHynfiDaq4