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PhD Thesis

Listening Through Making: Artistic Approaches to Sound, Technology and Field Recording. (2019) Shaw, T.

Book Chapters

Arcs, Sparks, Streamers, Tim Shaw (2022), in The Book of X, 10 Years of Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X

On Mythogeosonics. Shaw, T. & Bowers, J. (2020) In Walking Bodies: Papers, Provocations, Actions from Walking’s New Movements, the Conference.

Journal Articles

Thinking eye, wandering ear. Smolicki, J. & Shaw, T. (2022) Thinking Eye In Conversation, Journal of Landscape Architecture

Improvisation through Performance-Installation. Richards, J. & Shaw, T. (2021) – Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press.

Dead Logics and Worlds: Sound Art and Sonorous Objects. Hudson, M. & Shaw. T. (2015) Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press

Papers

Ambulation: Exploring Listening Technologies for an Extended Sound Walking Practice. Shaw, T. & Bowers, J. (2020) Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression)

illuminations : Exploring Community Engagement with Intangible Heritage Through Multiple Making. Bowen, S. Shaw, T. Bowers, J. Williamson, M. (2018) Digital Heritage International Congress

One Knob To Rule Them All: Reductionist Interfaces for Expansionist Research. Bowers, J. Richards, J. & Shaw, T. et al. (2016) Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression)

Unfoldings – Muliple Explorations of Sound and Space. Shaw, T., Bowen, S. & Bowers, J. (2016) Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression)

Many Makings: Entangling Publics, Participation and Things in a Complex Collaborative Context. Bowers, J. Bowen, S. & Shaw, T. (2016) Proceedings of DIS (Designing Interactive Systems)

Public Making: Artistic Strategies for Working with Collections, Technologies and Publics. Shaw, T. & Bowers, J. (2015) Proceedings of ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Art)

Fields – An Exploration into the use of Mobile Devices as a Medium for Sound Diffusion. Shaw, T. Piquemal, S. & Bowers, J. (2015) Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression)

Prototyping Heritage: Collections, Materials and Emerging Approaches to Engagement. Arrigoni, G. Schofield, T. Shaw, T. & Bowers, J. (2015) Heritage Network

Reappropriating Museum Collections: Performing Geology Specimens and Meterology Data as New Instruments for Musical Expression. T. Shaw, T. & Bowers, J (2014) Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression)