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  • Compassionate Design: How to Design for Advanced Dementia – a toolkit for designers 

    Treadaway, Cathy; Fennell, Jac; Prytherch, David; Kenning, Gail; Prior, Aime; Walters, Andrew; Taylor, Aidan (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2018)
    One of the major challenges facing the world today is how to care for the increasing numbers of older people in society and help them to live well, right until the end of their lives. The World Health Organisation and ...
  • Somability: Explorations with digital media, movement and space within adult disability services 

    Keay-Bright, Wendy (AMPS Proceedings, 2018)
    This paper describes an exploratory digital interaction project developed at a day centre for adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD). Severe cuts in funding for disability services has resulted ...
  • Compassionate design for dementia care 

    Treadaway, Cathy; Taylor, Aidan; Fennell, Jac (Taylor & Francis, 2018-07-23)
    One of the most pressing challenges facing designers today is how to create appropriate, useful and safe designs for people living with advanced dementia. Dementia is a complex disease that presents and progresses differently ...
  • eHealth activists: the lifeline for remote rural villages in India 

    Martinez, Santiago; Gerdes, Martin; Kumar, Santhosh; Kumar, Anand; Gill, Steve; Loudon, Gareth (2018-05-24)
  • Designing for Multiple Hand Grips and Body Postures within the UX of a moving Smartphone 

    Eardley, Rachel; Roudaut, Anne; Gill, Steve; Thompson, Stephen (ACM, 2018-06-09)
    In this paper we explore how screen-based smartphone interaction can be enriched when designers focus on the physical interaction issues surrounding the device. These consist of the hand grips used (Symmetric bimanual, ...
  • Dancing in Data: Representation, Repetition and Recreation 

    Keay-Bright, Wendy; Hansen, Lise Amy (Nova Science Publishers, 2017-03-01)
    Our research has inspired us to abandon the normative tendency to design for the average body, in favour of connecting more closely to the holistic, nuanced and inter-subjective experience of the mover. This represents ...
  • La più geniale tra le maschere (The Most Brilliant Amongst the Masks), in Visions Part of Cinque Mostre 

    Edwards, Sean (2017)
    New work produced for Group Exhibition. Cinque Mostre 2017 is an annual exhibition of work by current Rome Prize Fellows. Composed of collaborative projects guest-curated by Ilaria Gianni under the collective title ...
  • Resource 

    Edwards, Sean (2015)
    RESOURCE is a group exhibition inspired by the 1927 founding manifesto of the Bluecoat which states that the organisation was set up to promote not only the arts, but also the ‘diffusion of useful knowledge’. The ...
  • 'Untitled 2007/2013' and 'Untitled' in Ground (Group exhibition) 

    Edwards, Sean (2016)
    My works 'untitled 2007/2013' (2013) and 'Untitled' (2007) presented as part of a group show. Within a group exhibition, artists Sean Edwards, Lynn Fulton, Adrian Schindler & Eulàlia Rovira and Lucy Vann present work that ...
  • Practice Table 

    Edwards, Sean (2016)
    New work, 'Practice Table' (2016), included in the group exhibition Good Things Come... showcasing work by a variety of artists exploring objects and time through sculpture. Blink and you’ll miss it. The words conjure up ...
  • Still 

    Edwards, Sean (2014)
  • Sapling 

    Edwards, Sean (2014)
    A permanent sculpture commissioned by Penarth Learning Community for St Cyres High School, Penarth. Initially beginning as a small scale engagement project with the students the opportunity arose to create a permanent ...
  • Putting Right 

    Edwards, Sean (2014)
    From the press release: Abstract: Sean Edwards. He’s asked not to have anything to do with this press release. Which allows free reign to mention something he likely wouldn’t: master plans. Edwards has made ...
  • Just a Little Glass of Water 

    Edwards, Sean (2015)
    Solo Exhibition of a new body of work. The title 'Just a little glass of water' refers to an unreleased recording of a Bob Dylan song from 1966. The story goes that 12 hours were spent recording 19 different takes of the ...
  • Ghostsign 

    Edwards, Sean (2014)
    Ghostsign is a large scale ‘painted’ image celebrating and falsifying the farming heritage of this part of Clay Farm. It’s design references the historical painted advertising hoardings of the late 19th/ early 20th Century ...
  • Investigating How Smartphone Movement is Affected by Body Posture 

    Eardley, Rachel; Roudaut, Anne; Gill, Steve; Thompson, Stephen (ACM, 2018-04-21)
    We present an investigation into how hand usage is affected by different body postures (Sitting at a table, Lying down and Standing) when interacting with smartphones. We theorize a list of factors (smartphone support, ...
  • Drawn in Cursive (part three) [Show/Exhibition] 

    Edwards, Sean (2015)
    New body of work at a major solo institution examining the sculptural potential of the everyday. While it responds to an engagement with the world at large, many of the pieces make use of remnants of previous activities ...
  • Portrait (for a Screenplay) of Beth Harmon 

    Edwards, Sean; Clark, Tamsin (2017)
    The Queen’s Gambit was written when Walter Tevis’ previous novels were known more for their film adaptations - The Colour of Money, The Hustler and The Man Who Fell to Earth. The novel follows the life of Beth Harmon, an ...
  • Echo (Group Exhibition Series). [Show/Exhibition] 

    Edwards, Sean (South Wales Echo, 2014)
    Echo was a series of six solo exhibitions I curated across the pages of the South Wales Echo Newspaper for Cardiff Contemporary Biennial. Each Friday, over the six weeks of the festival, a single insertion will appear by ...
  • \\||//\\||//||//\\||//||\\||// (a two bar relationship) 

    Edwards, Sean (2017)
    ‘a two bar relationship’ is a large scale public artwork inspired by the Atrium building’s history, its current use as a place of creative learning, and its engagement with sound and music. The sculpture is a framework of ...

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