Interiors Interiors

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Interiors Interiors

Heald, K. (2015) 'y tu mewn y tu mewn' | ‘Interiors Interiors’. In: Tyson, A. ed. Eglurhad | Explication. Ruthin, Arts Council Wales & Ruthin Craft Centre.

As an artist whose practice frequently involves collaboration with a variety of people and disciplines, I have found that collaborations can take time to develop or happen serendipitously...

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Time and Temporality in Literature and Culture

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Time and Temporality in Literature and Culture

Heald, K. (2014) ‘Dream films’, Women’s Time and Sleep. In: Front, S. & Bemben, A. eds. "Hours like Bright Sweets in a Jar":Time and Temporality in Literature and Culture. Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

The papers gathered in the present collection investigates time and temporality from a number of interdisciplinary perspectives: literary or film studies, postcolonial theory, physics, philosophy, psychology, urban studies, history and gender studies...

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‘Dream Films’ and Research as Collaborative Practice through Contemporary Art and Science Methodologies

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‘Dream Films’ and Research as Collaborative Practice through Contemporary Art and Science Methodologies

Heald, K. (2014) Practice-based PhD titled ‘Dream Films’ and Research as Collaborative Practice through Contemporary Art and Science Methodologies, Faculty of Arts, Environment & Society, The Leeds School of Contemporary Art & Graphic Design, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, UK.

This research charts a gradual transition from an individual working mode to involving collaborations with others. As a progression from undertaking artist-in-residency placements, collaborations have emerged with other creative practitioners, scientists of different professions and psychiatric patients. The research as collaborative practice is set within the context of contemporary art, arts and science research, feminist action, 'participation' and site-responsive approaches...

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Suspended Narratives

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Suspended Narratives

Garton, M. & Heald, K. (2014) Suspended Narratives. Salford, University of Salford.

This book contains a preface by Professor Paul Haywood (please see below) who is currently Deputy Dean of the School of Art and Design at Middlesex University where he holds a Chair in Fine Art, alongside an honorary Chair in Creative Community Engagement at the University of Salford, UK...

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SLIPPAGE: The Unstable Nature of Difference.

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SLIPPAGE: The Unstable Nature of Difference.

Karen Heald & Susan Liggett (2015) Paper Interior. In: Halliwell, L. & Thorne, J. eds. SLIPPAGE: The Unstable Nature of Difference.

This publication brings together documentation of the artists exhibiting in SLIPPAGE: The Unstable Nature of Difference and places them in the context by way of a curatorial essay by Lesley Halliwell and Jo Thorne and a commissioned essay by Alexa Wright...

 

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Time & Temporality in Language and Human Experience.

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Time & Temporality in Language and Human Experience.

Heald, K., & Liggett, S. (2014) Time and the chora: ‘Transitory strata’ and ‘in-between-ness’ within ‘dream films’. In: Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, B. ed. Time & Temporality in Language and Human Experience. Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, pp.401-409.

Culture and Language provide two essential frameworks to deal with the concept of time. They view time as observer-determined and thus shed light on multiple and often conflicting temporalities we live in, think, and talk about. Relying on empirical methods, the book explores linguistics and psychological parameters of time perception and conceptualization...

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Woman

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Woman

Karen Heald & Susan Liggett, White. In: Lingard, J. ed. Woman (2013).

Catalogue following an exhibition at the Fine Art Society, Bond street, London, (2013).

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Venice. The Vending Machine: An Installation

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Venice. The Vending Machine: An Installation

Karen Heald & Susan Liggett, Look very Closely.... In: Venice. The Vending Machine: An Installation (2011).

This publication coincided with two group exhibitions at the Serra dei Giardini and the Contemporary Art Galleria Perela, Venice...

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Everything will be Fine (Alles Wird Gut).

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Everything will be Fine (Alles Wird Gut).

Bird-Jones & Heald (2007) The Pillow Series. In: Kaga, S. & Steinbrügge, B. eds. Everything will be Fine (Alles Wird Gut).

Catalogue following an exhibition at Halle fur Kunst, Luneburg University, Germany (28 March – 26 April).

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Odoo/Current

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Odoo/Current

Bird-Jones & Heald (2007) Odoo/Current, Leeds, Leeds Metropolitan University.

Catalogue following an exhibition at the Genghis Gallery, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (10 April – 30 April, 2007).

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The Tumultuous Whisper

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The Tumultuous Whisper

Heald, K. & Turner, S. (2004) The Tumultuous Whisper. Leeds, Karen Heald.

Catalogue following Frida Comes to the North West as part of the the FRIDAm Series (2004).

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Drift

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Drift

Heald, K. (2004) DRIFT. Leeds, Karen Heald.

This body of research explores cultural resonances of time and their physical manifestation through human experience via the broad medium of art...

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