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    Conference - Wednesday 12 Semptember 2012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff
    The second public event from the In-and-Between project will be held at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on September 12. Professor John Schad (Lancaster University) will give a keynote lecture followed by a showcase of the two artworks produced by the In and Between team: a web-based poetry film by Philip Gross and Wyn Mason; and a filmed performance and installation by Jodie Allinson and Inga Burrows. Alice Entwistle, Kevin Mills and Stephen Lacey will also offer their creative-critical responses to the artworks.
    The afternoon session will involve panel discussions on creative collaboration and critical/creative dialogue involving scholars and arts practitioners.
    To book for this free event please contact Huw Jones on 01443 668524 or email: hjones6@glam.ac.uk

    Colloquium - Saturday 3 March 2012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff
    In-and-Between held a colloquium at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on Saturday, March 3. During the morning session, a select group of 'critical friends' were invited to preview the two site-specific artworks. We then held a roundtable discussion in the afternoon to reflect on the work, the process of collaboration, and how the project could develop in the future.
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    Bambo Soyinka - Artistic Director and Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England.
    Richard Staniforth - Producer and Owner of Ateb Media Solutions
    Conference - Wednesday 12 Semptember 2012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff
    The second public event from the In-and-Between project was held at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on September 12. Professor John Schad (Lancaster University) gave a keynote lecture, followed by a showcase of the two artworks produced by the In and Between team: a web-based poetry film by Philip Gross and Wyn Mason; and a filmed performance and installation by Jodie Allinson and Inga Burrows. Alice Entwistle, Kevin Mills and Stephen Lacey also offered their creative-critical responses to the artworks.
    The afternoon session involved panel discussions on creative collaboration and critical/creative dialogue involving scholars and arts practitioners.
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    John Schadd, Stephen Lacey and Kevin Mills Des Barry, Penny Hallas, Philip Gross, Lyn Davies, Jodie Allinson

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Thursday, August 9

  1. page Events edited Conference - Wednesday 12 Semptember 2012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff The second public event from the…

    Conference - Wednesday 12 Semptember 2012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff
    The second public event from the In-and-Between project will be held at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on September 12. Professor John Schad (Lancaster University) will give a keynote lecture followed by a showcase of the two artworks produced by the In and Between team: a web-based poetry film by Philip Gross and Wyn Mason; and a filmed performance and installation by Jodie Allinson and Inga Burrows. Alice Entwistle, Kevin Mills and Stephen Lacey will also offer their creative-critical responses to the artworks.
    The afternoon session will involve panel discussions on creative collaboration and critical/creative dialogue involving scholars and arts practitioners.
    To book for this free event please contact Huw Jones on 01443 668524 or email: hjones6@glam.ac.uk

    Colloquium - Saturday 3 March 2012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff
    In-and-Between held a colloquium at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on Saturday, March 3. During the morning session, a select group of 'critical friends' were invited to preview the two site-specific artworks. We then held a roundtable discussion in the afternoon to reflect on the work, the process of collaboration, and how the project could develop in the future.
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    Bambo Soyinka - Artistic Director and Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England.
    Richard Staniforth - Producer and Owner of Ateb Media Solutions
    Conference - Wednesday 12 Semptember 2012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff
    The second public event from the In-and-Between project will be held at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on September 12. Professor John Schad (Lancaster University) will give a keynote lecture followed by a showcase of the two artworks produced by the In and Between team: a web-based poetry film by Philip Gross and Wyn Mason; and a filmed performance and installation by Jodie Allinson and Inga Burrows. Alice Entwistle, Kevin Mills and Stephen Lacey will also offer their creative-critical responses to the artworks.
    The afternoon session will involve panel discussions on creative collaboration and critical/creative dialogue involving scholars and arts practitioners.
    To book for this free event please contact Huw Jones on 01443 668524 or email: hjones6@glam.ac.uk

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    In-and-Between held a colloquium at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on Saturday, March 3. During the morning session, a select group of 'critical friends' were invited to preview the two site-specific artworks. We then held a roundtable discussion in the afternoon to reflect on the work, the process of collaboration, and how the project could develop in the future.
    List of critical friends:
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    Bambo Soyinka - Artistic Director and Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England.
    Richard Staniforth - Producer and Owner of Ateb Media Solutions
    SymposiumConference - Wednesday 12 Semptember 20122012, The ATRiuM, Cardiff
    The In-and-Between team are planning to hold asecond public symposium in Septmber 2012. Thisevent from the In-and-Between project will involve invited speakers who are workingbe held at the ATRiuM, Cardiff, on similar site-specific artworks. More detailsSeptember 12. Professor John Schad (Lancaster University) will give a keynote lecture followed by a showcase of the two artworks produced by the In and Between team: a web-based poetry film by Philip Gross and Wyn Mason; and a filmed performance and installation by Jodie Allinson and Inga Burrows. Alice Entwistle, Kevin Mills and Stephen Lacey will also offer their creative-critical responses to follow.
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    the In-and-Between symposium,artworks.
    The afternoon session will involve panel discussions on creative collaboration and critical/creative dialogue involving scholars and arts practitioners.
    To book for this free event
    please contact:contact Huw Jones on 01443 668524 or email: hjones6@glam.ac.uk
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Wednesday, June 27

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    Later in March I went to the i-Docs 2012 symposium held at the Watershed, Bristol (http://i-docs.org/idocs-2012/), which focused on producing interactive documentaries using HTML5 technology. This proved inspirational because it suggested a new way forward - why not re-concieve of our project as an interactive webased poetry-film? The 'track changes' exchanges based around the Heraclitus poem that Philip and Kevin had worked on lent itself very well to what HTML5 allows, i.e. linking web pages to a video's timecode. How might it look if a poetry-film were produced which included a textual exchange between poet and critic about the poem, which would flicker around the edges of the web page as the video played? This idea has caught our imaginations and we would like to realise it, which in one sense represents a major turning point in the project, as it entails abandoning much of the footage we've already shot, but in another sense it would be a logical and elegant outcome to the ground already covered. Such a developement, it must be stated, is very much in keeping with the spirit of the entire project, which is that of a genuine collaboration, a voyage of discovery based on an on-going, open, creative conversation. Currently we are looking for a web designer with the right kind of skills to collaborate with.
    Meanwhile, Alice has been concerned that, due to various external pressures upon her research time, she has been unable to invest as much time into our project as she would have liked and that this was not likely to change in the foreseeable future, so with this in mind she was keen to share with us her thoughts on our work to date. We decided that the most efficient way for this to occur was for her to present her thoughts verbally and for this to be recorded. This took place at the Atrium on April the 12th. Philip, Kevin and I were present, listened with great interest and responded with some questions at the end. Here's the audio recording, which runs for about 1 hour 40 mins:
    Alice Entwistle in conversation 12.4.12with Wyn Mason and Philip Gross by smallnationsmedia
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    Later in March I went to the i-Docs 2012 symposium held at the Watershed, Bristol (http://i-docs.org/idocs-2012/), which focused on producing interactive documentaries using HTML5 technology. This proved inspirational because it suggested a new way forward - why not re-concieve of our project as an interactive webased poetry-film? The 'track changes' exchanges based around the Heraclitus poem that Philip and Kevin had worked on lent itself very well to what HTML5 allows, i.e. linking web pages to a video's timecode. How might it look if a poetry-film were produced which included a textual exchange between poet and critic about the poem, which would flicker around the edges of the web page as the video played? This idea has caught our imaginations and we would like to realise it, which in one sense represents a major turning point in the project, as it entails abandoning much of the footage we've already shot, but in another sense it would be a logical and elegant outcome to the ground already covered. Such a developement, it must be stated, is very much in keeping with the spirit of the entire project, which is that of a genuine collaboration, a voyage of discovery based on an on-going, open, creative conversation. Currently we are looking for a web designer with the right kind of skills to collaborate with.
    Meanwhile, Alice has been concerned that, due to various external pressures upon her research time, she has been unable to invest as much time into our project as she would have liked and that this was not likely to change in the foreseeable future, so with this in mind she was keen to share with us her thoughts on our work to date. We decided that the most efficient way for this to occur was for her to present her thoughts verbally and for this to be recorded. This took place at the Atrium on April the 12th. Philip, Kevin and I were present, listened with great interest and responded with some questions at the end. Here's the audio recording, which runs for about 1 hour 40 mins:
    Alice conversation 12.4.12 by smallnationsmedia
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Friday, June 8

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