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Bailey, Rowan (2016) Hegel's Silenus with the Infant Bacchus. In: Past Time: Art, Anachronism and Anchronisticism, 18th November 2016, University of York - Department of History and Art. (Unpublished)

Bailey, Rowan (2017) Sculptural Plasticity and the Brainbody. In: The Power of Plasticity, 7-9 April 2017, Loughborough University. (Unpublished)

Bailey, Rowan (2017) Thinking Sculpturally. In: Tony Cragg: A Rare Category of Objects Exhibition Catalogue. Yorkshire Sculpture Park, pp. 11-21.

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Holmes, Dale (2013) Landing at Tegel/Concrete (Fata Morgana). In: Tegel: Propositions and Speculations. The Green Box, Germany. ISBN 9783941644595

Holmes, Dale (2016) The Painting School (New Materialities). [Show/Exhibition]

Holmes, Dale and Cooke, Kirsten (2016) Abandoned Temporary Crisis Facility. [Show/Exhibition]

Holmes, Dale and Cooke, Kirsten (2015) Material Conjectures presents Asymmetrical Cinema. In: Beaconsfield Chronic Epoch. Black Dog Publishing, London, UK, p. 166. ISBN 978-1908966575

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Lycett, Robert (2016) Darrell Viner: materiality, process and the coded object. In: School of Art, Design & Architecture Research Conference 2016, 14th January 2016, University of Huddersfield. (Unpublished)

Lycett, Robert (2016) we share some words... [Show/Exhibition]

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MacDonald, Juliet (2015) Displaying the Head of Victory. In: Thought Positions in Sculpture. Public Symposium, 12 November 2015, Heritage Quay, University of Huddersfield. (Unpublished)

MacDonald, Juliet (2016) Drawing on the Front Line. In: Britain and a Widening War, 1915-1916: Gallipoli, Mesopotamia and the Somme. Pen & Sword Books Ltd, Barnsley, UK, pp. 304-315. ISBN 978-1473867178

MacDonald, Juliet (2015) Standing for the Fallen. [Artefact]

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Pettican, Anneké, Lewis, Chara and Mojsiewicz, Kristin (2016) Brass Art, ISEA 2016, Cultural R>evolution, Hong Kong. [Show/Exhibition]

Pettican, Anneké, Lewis, Chara and Mojsiewicz, Kristin (2016) Brass Art, R<connecting Senses, Artists-in-Labs, Hong Kong. Artists in Labs, Switzerland - Hong Kong.

Pettican, Anneké, Mojsiewicz, Kristin and Lewis, Chara (2015) Brass Art: Freud’s House: The Double Mirror (2015). [Artefact]

Pettican, Anneké, Mojsiewicz, Kristin and Lewis, Chara (2014) ‘Brass Art: Submerged and Disrupted Identities’. CHArt (Computers and the History of Art) Annual Conference, Kings College London. In: Brass Art: Submerged and Disrupted Identities’. In: Conformity, Process and Deviation: Digital Arts as 'Outsider' CHArt [Computers and the History of Art],, 18th October 2014, King's College London Arts & Humanities Festival. (Unpublished)

Pettican, Anneké, Mojsiewicz, Kristin and Lewis, Chara (2015) The Festival of the Unconscious: The Unconscious Revisited at the Freud Museum, London. [Show/Exhibition]

Pettican, Anneké, Mojsiewicz, Kristin and Lewis, Chara (2015) Folds in Time: Artists' Responses to the Temporal and the Uncanny. An international conference, convened by Brass Art in association with the Freud Museum London, as part of the Festival of the Unconscious 2015. In: Folds in Time: Artists' Responses to the Temporal and the Uncanny, 4th July 2015, Freud Museum London.

Pettican, Anneké, Mojsiewicz, Kristin and Lewis, Chara (2013) The Imagining of Things. [Show/Exhibition]

Pettican, Anneké, Mojsiewicz, Kristin and Lewis, Chara (2014) Last dark music of the painted night Group Exhibition Screening Brass Art | Karen Donnellan | Michelle Hannah | Alexa Hare | Serena Korda | Modern Edinburgh Film School | Craig Mulholland. [Show/Exhibition]

Pettican, Anneké and Roberts, Spencer (2014) Dreams of East Asia. [Show/Exhibition]

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Redmore, Nicola (2015) Thought Positions in Sculpture. [Show/Exhibition]

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Shah, Karen and Kahabi, Charles (2016) Revolutions Come in Cycles: Mapping New Paradigms in Fashion Research and Practice To Social Change. In: Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues, 8th Global Meeting, 5 - 7th September 2016, Mansfield College, Oxford. (Unpublished)

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