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  • Rows, Columns, Collisions

    This piece is an exploration of grid-based instruments for interactive-generative music. Ableton’s Push, Native Instruments Maschine, Novation’s Launchpad and the Monome are used extensively by digital musicians across many genres. Such grids may be used for triggering sounds directly, sequencing, step sequencing, controlling parameters and generative systems involving collisions. In this piece, I wanted to create an instrument that would be able to do all of these. In addition, to traditiona...

    Medical Interchange at MEDICA 2009

    All 13 Universities of the West Midlands were invited to exhibit their medical technology research at the WORLD's biggest medical trade fair, MEDICA. The exhibition was co-sponsored by the exhibition organisers MESSE DE, HEFCE, and Staffordshire University. The exhibition was held in the main Countries' hall next to UK, USA, BRAZIL, EIRE, CANADA and ISRAEL.

    Interrogation: Walsall Handbook

    Professional artist development (PAD)programme designed and delivered by Anna Francis, and commissioned by Longhouse, with the support of the New Art Gallery Walsall. The programme took place in Walsall in 2009, and was based in the New Art Gallery Walsall, where I was artist in residence for a month. The task was to creat a PAD programme for other artists which would look at how the gallery interacts with the public spaces outside the gallery. My project involved developing this programme fo...

    New Place, Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare's Medieval Residence.

    Conference Presentation at the British Shakespeare Association Conference marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. This presentation was one of a number of plenary lectures, papers, seminars, workshops, and performances held at this prestigious event. The topic was an evaluation of all the available evidence for the existence, form and development of New Place, focusing on its initial construction by Hugh Clopton and the renovations which Shakespeare was thought to have made.

    The impact of organisational change on professionals working within a Community Mental Health Team (CMHT): A psychodynamic perspective.

    The recent Francis Report (2013) emphasised how organisational culture within the NHS represents an important determinant of safe and effective health care systems. Therefore, it is crucial to inquire into the contexts and causes of dysfunctional organizational dynamics within the NHS. A review of the literature was undertaken, focusing on the relationships between professional role ambiguity, role conflict and team culture in community mental health. The review identified that role ambiguity...
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