Yesterday, when I got home from college, there was a small package waiting for me. It turned out to be my complementary copy of the new academic journal Craft Research, the inaugural issue of which contains a collaborative paper about Fifteen Images.
Extract from the abstract:
"This article describes a body of collaborative work titled Fifteen Images (Le Jardin Pluvieux). This web-based artefact brings novel approaches to textile representation in work produced under the umbrella of a practice-based research project in music called 'Active Notation' . . . Research undertaken during the creation of Fifteen Images investigated both aural and visual reception and issues of materiality and temporality in digital representations: how textile objects might become effective visual partners in the temporal domain of score-led music performance."