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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


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


Public Project - Participatory Arts




//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. 



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 



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 



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. 



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: 



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: and 



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: 



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: [ london/] 



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.” 



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 



Tuppen, A. (2014) Point.forty Interactive Exhibition, Phoenix Cube Digital Arts Gallery. Institute for Creative Technologies Research Group. Available at: Citation: and at Leicester Media School Launch, (2014)  and University of Bicocca, Milan, (2016) 



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: 


Candy, L, Edmonds, E, Poltronieri, F. (2018) Explorations in Art and Technology, Chapter: The Artist as Digital Explorer, alongside Stelarc and others. Available at: 

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