Liminalities Vol 10, Issue 1, May 2014 – video document and framing essay on make-shift published in a special edition documenting Remote Encounters conference, University of Glamorgan, Cardiff April 2013.
Meaningful Connections – exploring the uses of telematic technologies in theatre and performance by Elena Pérez. A comparison of make-shift with the work of artist Annie Abrahams.
Exeunt Review of This City’s Centre 3. Here, Now as part of Unexpected 2013.
Linger – an interactive map of Exeter City Centre made in collaboration with local residents. This was a limited edition print made in collaboration with illustrator Lee Hodges. Please contact us if you would like us to post one to you. £2 plus p&p
DIWO: Do It With Others – No Ecology without Social Ecology make-shift as part of the Furtherfield collaborative networked practices of the DIWO (Do It With Others) series of Email Art and co-curation projects (since 2007) by Ruth Catlow and Marc Garret.
Upstage and cyberformance – contextualising make-shift as part of Arts Council England digital innovation development information
Re-rooting Digital Culture – blog commentary by Ruth Catlow on the Media Arts Ecologies Panel convened by Furtherfield at ISEA 2011
Furtherfield Residency – thoughts and reflections by Helen Varley Jamieson and Paula Crutchlow on the initial development and work-in-progress showing of make-shift
Obscene Jester blog – commentary on 2006 presentation on Eudaimonia for the Cerebral and Experiential panel at (Re)Actor – 1st International Conference of Digital Live Art, Queen Mary’s College, London.
Cooperation in Rural Development Leader + Magazine article on the VANLAND- Visionswitch trans-national exchange between Teignbridge, Devon and County Kildare, Eire 2006
Life After Dartington (Winter 2004) – Interview with Cat Radford and Paula Crutchlow on Blind Ditch and multi-lingual theatre by Josie Sutcliffe HEFCE/DTI Business Fellow.
Interviews with 39 Exeter city centre residents produced as part of research for This City’s Centre
Sound works Window parts I-IV produced from This City Centre resident interviews by John Levack Drever download HERE
Listen to John Levack Drever’s sound work for Small Possessions Daily
Buy Sound Marked: Frankfurt HERE
Discussion between Volkhardt Müller and John Wylie, Professor of Cultural Geography at University of Exeter about This City’s Centre part 1. Window
The Woodland – nominated for Best Drama 2013 at the First Light film making awards.
Make-shift full length video edit with framing statement of the networked performance as part of The Home and the World, and BIARI 2012
Shaking Hands With Ghosts – video documentation of Tail Biting/Sentimental Journey as part of the 2010 Dartington College of Arts event curated by Melanie Thompson
VANLAND documentary – a reflective document of exhibition footage and interviews with participants, artist’s and stakeholders involved in the 2004-07 VANLAND project in rural Teignbridge.