Expanding from the Small Screen: Arts Practice for Affective Digital Presence

Matthews, Miranda. 2021. 'Expanding from the Small Screen: Arts Practice for Affective Digital Presence'. In: iJADE2021. Hybrid Spaces: Re-imagining, pedagogy, practice and research. Virtual Event, United Kingdom 26-28 March 2021. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Miranda Matthews – iJade Abstract
Expanding from the small screen - arts practice for affective digital presence

Responding to conditions of lockdown and social distancing since March 2020, the Centre for Arts and Learning at Goldsmiths is researching how arts practice and creative processes can sustain an affective presence in digital learning environments. I propose to discuss my research into how artist educators and students have adapted to the necessity for online learning, including the difficulties of doing so. This research observes ways of expressing emotive release, expanding embodiment from the small screen, and making connections with others that can be adaptive to their different cultural, localised situations. The research seeks to further transferable, affective creative processes.

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Conference or Workshop Item (Talk)


Affective Digital Presence, Centre for Arts and Learning

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Educational Studies


28 March 2021Completed

Event Location:

Virtual Event, United Kingdom

Date range:

26-28 March 2021

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Date Deposited:

31 Mar 2021 13:18

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31 Mar 2021 13:18



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