The Centre for Creative Arts, Cultures and Engagement (CUBE) hosts a range of active interdisciplinary researchers who have published works focusing the creative arts, its practice, cultural impact and societal engagement.
Browse selected publications by research group below.
- Brill, P (2018). The Secret to a Good Life. Royal Academy of Arts, London.
- de Oliveira, N and La Rosa, M (2016). Art Institutions of the 21st Century. Montabonel & Partners for Alaska Editions.
- Gold, M and Gold, R (2020). Festival Cities: Culture, Planning and Urban Life. Routledge, London.
- Gold, M and Gold, J (2015). Framing the future: sustainability, legacy and the 2012 London Games. In: The Routledge Handbook of Sport and Legacy: Meeting the Challenge of Major Sports Events. Routledge, London. pp. 142-158.
- Khonsari, T (2018). Temporary spatial object/architecture as a typology for placemaking. In: Creative Placemaking: Research, Theory and Practice. Routledge, London.
- Khonsari, T (2018). Communal garden and the liminal city. In: Participatory Design Theory: Using Technology and Social Media to Foster Civic Engagement. Routledge, London.
- Gold, M and Gold, J (2014). Legacy, sustainability and Olympism: crafting urban outcomes at London 2012. Staps Revue Internationale des Sciences du Sport et de l'education physique, 3 (105). pp. 23-35.
- Catenaccio, P and Khonsari, T (2018). The construction of a Civic Neighbourhood as/through cultural production: a discourse analytical approach to participatory art and temporary architecture. Lingue Culture Mediazioni - Languages Cultures Mediation (LCM Journal), 4 (2). pp. 13-33.
Practice research portfolios
- Bradley, R (2020) Interlocutor, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- Brill, P (2020) The Secret to a Good Life, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- de Oliveira, N (2020) A Book of Burning Matches: Collecting Installation Art Documents, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- Scarso, J (2020) In Limbo, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- Scarso, J (2020) Imagined Cities (Voicescapes), AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- Oropallo, G (2019). The Fixing I: Repair as Prefigurative Politics. In: Design Culture: Objects and Approaches. Bloomsbury Visual Arts, London.
- Oropallo, G (2018). People Have the Power: The Implications of Labour-Intensive Making in the History of the Appropriate Technology Movement. In: Craft Economies. Bloomsbury Academic, London.
- Oropallo, G (2014). Wind Up Radio UK/South Africa. In: Iconic Designs: 50 Stories about 50 Things. Bloomsbury Academic, London.
- Ramage, M, Burridge, H, Busse-Wicher, M, Fereday, G, Reynolds, T, et al. (2017). The wood from the trees: The use of timber in construction. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
- Clover, C, Hallsten, J and Jones, S (2016). Sounding site: listening, mingling, index and reciprocity in the field. Unlikely - Journal for the Creative Arts.
- Hallsten, J (2014). Sonic movements – spatial reflexivity. Somatechnics, 4(1).
Practice research portfolios
- Hallsten, J (2020). Performing Hekla, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- ten Hompel, S (2020). Coordinate: The Glenmorangie Commission, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- Cambridge, N (2017). "Seductive Visions: Gazing Across Time and Space in the Mor(t)ality Tales of Fashion Representation." In: Semiotics and Visual Communication II: Culture of Seduction. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- Catina, A (Forthcoming 2021). "The Dubious High Street: Distinctiveness, gentrification and social value." In: AHRA 2019 Conference Book. Routledge, London.
- Ling, W (2020). "Textile, Apparel and Fashion Design in Hong Kong Fashion." In: H Fujita and C Guth (eds) The Encyclopedia of East Asian Design (EAD). Bloomsbury, Oxford.
- Ling, W (2018). "Bag of remembrance: a cultural biography of red-white-blue, from Hong Kong to Louis Vuitton." In: European Fashion: The Creation of a Global Industry. Manchester University Press, Manchester.
- Ling, W and Segre Reinach, S (2018). "Fashion-making in the transglobal landscape." In: Fashion in Multiple Chinas: Chinese Styles in the Transglobal Landscape. Bloomsbury, Oxford.
- Ling, W (2018). "Beneath the co-created Chinese fashion: translocal and transcultural exchange between China and Hong Kong." In: Fashion in Multiple Chinas: Chinese Styles in the Transglobal Landscape. Bloomsbury, Oxford.
- McKay, H (2020). "A better world through creativity: interiors without walls and design, Indaba, South Africa." In: Interior Provocation: History, Theory and Practice of Autonomous Interiors. Taylor and Francis/Routledge, New York.
- McKay, H (2015). "Conservative flagship: interior design for RMS Windsor Castle, 1960." In: British Design: Tradition and Modernity after 1948. Bloomsbury Academic, London.
- Arkomanis, E (2019). Passage variations: an elliptical history of migration in Eleonas. Architecture and culture, 7(1).
- Cambridge, N (2017). New Whistle and Flute: Orchestrating Sartorial Performances of Contemporary Masculinities. Fashion Practice, 9(2).
- Cambridge, N (2017). High Teas, High Collars and High Rise Buildings in a ‘High-Context’ Culture: The Semiotics of Japan’s Project of Modernity. Romanian Journal Of Communication And Public Relations, 18(3).
- Cambridge, N (2016). Sartorial symbiosis or creative commensalism? Collaborations between Japanese fashion designers and Western apparel makers. International Journal of Business and Globalisation, 16(1).
- Catina, A (2020). Dialogue and studio space: the architectural design studio as the setting for continuous reflection. Journal of Applied learning and Teaching, 3(1).
- Catina, A (2017). Stages of Dialogue: the role of reflective teaching and learning in the architecture design studio. Investigations in University Teaching and Learning.
- Catina, A (2013). The Failings of a Fleet of Fools: Encountering the interiors of disused power stations. Idea Journal, 13(1), pp. 130-141.
- Ling, W and Van Dartel, D (2019). Global fashion as a tool in the ethnographic museum. ZoneModa Journal, 9(1).
- Ling, W, Lorusso, M, and Segre Reinach, S (2019). Critical studies in global fashion. ZoneModa Journal, 9(1).
- Ling, W and Marinelli, M (2019). Italianerie: transculturality, co- creation and transforming identities between Italy and Asia. Modern Italy, 24(4).
- Ling, W and Segre Reinach, S (2019). Fashion-making and co-creation in the transglobal landscape: Sino-Italian fashion as method. Modern Italy, 24(4).
Practice research portfolios
- Arkomanis, E (2020) Passage Variations: An Elliptical History of Migration in Eleonas, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- Dabrowska, A (2020) A Lebanese Archive, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
- Leonardi, P (2020) Borderlands: The Edges of Europe, AAD Practice Research Portfolios. London Metropolitan University, London.
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