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11 APRIL 2017

This Unruly: a repository of video cut-ups (clips and literature reviews)

This Unruly is an evolving web repository of theory and practice related to recombinatory video appropriation practices involving video re-purposing, re-mixing, collage and cut-up techniques. The site includes examples of YouTube clips as well as a literature review of articles and academic papers, which relate to the subject. Content within the site has been organised using a provisional taxonomy that centres on formal aesthetic, creative and experimental features. In doing so this marks a departure from more conventional approaches, which generally seek to locate works according to established art historical developments and stylistic conventions. The site, which was created by Simon Perkins is an extension to posts about the practice of video cut-ups that were initially made to the Folksonomy.co in 2016.

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advertising hijacking • appropriation practices • cut-up techniquecut-up videosdesign formalismdetournement • detournement publicitaire • DIY medialiterature review • media hijacking • media rerouting • parody rebootparody versionparody video remixespolitical remix video • provisional taxonomy • recombinatory practice • recombinatory video appropriation practices • reinscription through omission • remix video • reorder • Simon PerkinsSimpsonwave aestheticsongifysupercutsupercut mashup • The Reorder Project • ThisUnruly • trackjacking • trailer remix • transformative video remixvaporwave aestheticviddingvideo collage • video cut-up • video cut-up techniques • video hijacking • video re-cut • video re-mixing • video re-purposing • video reinterpretationvideo remixvideo repurposing • web repository • YouTube clips

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Simon Perkins
01 MAY 2016

Constellations: A participatory, online application for research collaboration in higher education interdisciplinary courses

"The research establishes a model for online learning centering on the needs of integrative knowledge practices. Through the metaphor of Constellations, the practice-based research explores the complexities of working within interdisciplinary learning contexts and the potential of tools such as the Folksonomy learning platform for providing necessary conceptual support."

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2015communication designconnectivismConstellations Projectcontent sharing • digital learning tools • eLearning 2.0information architectureinterdisciplinaritylearning designparticipatory culture • PhD by Creative Works • PhD thesisQueensland University of TechnologyQUTSimon Perkins • social and networked learning

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Simon Perkins
12 FEBRUARY 2014

The process of reflecting critically on design through blogging

The following diagram provides a guide for structuring reflection on practice through blogging.

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2014blogging • blogging practice • critical reflection • critical reflective practice • design method • design thinking through blogging • diagramdocumenting design process • dsign process • iterative design process • reflecting critically • reflective analysisreflective journalreflective writingresearch by or through designSimon Perkinsweblog

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Simon Perkins
22 OCTOBER 2012

Nottingham Trent University Art & Design Degree Shows 2012 (promotional video)

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2012 • Ann Priest • art and designart and design graduate exhibitionart and design schoolart studentsBA • Carl-Eiler Rodrigues • College of Art and Design and Built Environment • Craig Chettle • David Higgins • degree showgraduate exhibitiongraduate showsgraduate students • Helen Beswick • Janine Clark • Jessica Philips • Laura Barnes • Luke McGibney • NottinghamNottingham Trent UniversityNTU • Paul Bailey • Peter Westland • promotional materialpromotional video • Sally Wade • Sam Burrill • Sasha Peterson • School of Art and Design • Sean Prince • Shari-Jayne Boda • Simon PerkinsUK

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Simon Perkins
30 JULY 2012

Communicating and discovering insight through reflective journals

A reflective journal is both a communication tool and a design method for developing professional practice. Such journals allow designers to publish their projects as they progress and provide a platform for critically reflecting on creative works and the design process.

Reflective journals can be used to discover insight about how designers approach their creative problem–solving. This is commonly understood as a central requirement for designers to develop their professionalism and to become experts in the field. They do so through reflecting on their work – characterising common features and critically analysing successes and failures.

Reflective journals also help designers situate their work within the broader creative industries and contemporary visual culture context. Designers might use their journal to document developing trends and to collect examples of inspirational works. These collections might be made as part of the research phase of a given project or contribute to a more general understanding of a design field.

Such journals should take an appropriate form so that they communicate effectively and provide necessary insight. They might exist in a singular form e.g. a workbook, a weblog or they might exist as a collection e.g. as a workbook of sketches with notes/annotations and as a weblog/Tumblr of photographs/videos with associated critical reflections.

The following are examples of art and design reflective journals:

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Simon Perkins
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