Featured marketplace researcher: Dilusha Rajapakse

Dilusha is a Lecturer in Textile Design at Birmingham City University, and an active researcher in the areas of smart materials and dynamic textile design. Dilusha will demonstrate the possibility of inventing and integrating transformable dynamic aesthetic abilities onto textile surfaces with the application of smart photochromic materials. The ‘Beyond …

Sarah Longworth-West, Fine Art Lecturer

  Sarah  describes her practice and research as ‘…centred in Painting and it’s integral materiality; focused on non-spaces, cultural imagery, remnants and temporality’ Sarah sees Pattern and Chaos as ‘…intrinsically linked to the plethora of imagery and inamimate objects we live consciously or unconsciously amongst’ Sarah’s next big idea is ‘…to …

Victoria Mitchell, Research Fellow

Victoria  describes her research as ‘…probing relationships between material, metaphor and making’ Victoria sees Pattern and Chaos as ‘…interconnected and as having critical agency’ Victoria’s next big idea will be ‘…shaped by considering dance in parallel with materials and making’ More about Victoria: https://www.nua.ac.uk/about-nua/meet-our-staff/victoria-mitchell/

Professor Hilary Carlisle, Dean of Dean and Architecture

Hilary describes her practice and research as ‘…a fascination with coding and the endless possibilities for designing with algorithms’ Hilary sees Pattern and Chaos as  ‘…themes which are central to my creative thinking’ Hilary’s next big idea is ‘…to continue exploring the synergies and disparities between manual craft  and creative …

Featured marketplace researcher: Pauline Clancy

Here is a snapshot of work by Pauline Clancy, one of the researchers exhibiting in the ‘Beyond Pattern and Chaos’ symposium marketplace on Wednesday 5th September 2018. Pauline Clancy: Statement Typography, the visual representation of language, exists to communicate meaning through written, printed or digital forms. In this study, positioned …