Interview for LUFF TV
Interview in Neural Magazine 
Interview in We Make Money Not Art
Interview on the Field Recording Show
Interview in SHAPE Platform
Interview in Alphr
Interview in IMPAKTER Magazine

REACH featured in the Guardian
AMBULATION featured in ItsNiceThat

PhD Thesis
2019 – Tim Shaw
Listening Through Making: Artistic Approaches to Sound, Technology and Field Recording
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Book Chapters
– John Bowers, Tim Shaw
On Mythogeosonics – In Walking Bodies: Papers, Provocations, Actions from Walking’s New Movements, the Conference.

Journal Articles
2020 – John Richards, Tim Shaw
(In Press)
Improvisation through Performance-Installation – Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press

2015 – Martyn Hudson, Tim Shaw
Dead Logics and Worlds: Sound art and sonorous objects – Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press 2015

2020 – Tim Shaw, John Bowers
Ambulation: Exploring Listening Technologies for an Extended Sound Walking Practice – Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression)

2018 – Simon Bowen, Tim Shaw, John Bowers, Magnus Williamson
illuminations : Exploring Community Engagement with Intangible Heritage Through Multiple Making – Digital Heritage International Congress

2016 – John Bowers, John Richards, Tim Shaw et al. (Best Paper)
One Knob To Rule Them All: Reductionist Interfaces for Expansionist Research – Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression) 2016

2016 – Tim Shaw, Simon Bowen & John Bowers
Unfoldings – Muliple Explorations of Sound and Space – Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression) 2016

2016 – John Bowers, Simon Bowen & Tim Shaw
Many Makings: Entangling Publics, Participation and Things in a Complex Collaborative Context – Proceedings of DIS (Designing Interactive Systems) 2016

2015 – Tim Shaw, John Bowers
Public Making: Artistic Strategies for Working with Collections, Technologies and Publics – Proceedings of ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Art) 2015

2015 – Tim Shaw, Sébastien Piquemal, John Bowers
Fields – An Exploration into the use of Mobile Devices as a Medium for Sound Diffusion – Proceedings of NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression) 2015

2015 – Gabi Arrigoni, Tom Schofield, Tim Shaw & John Bowers
Prototyping Heritage: Collections, Materials and Emerging Approaches to Engagement.

2014 – John Bowers, Tim Shaw
Reappropriating Museum Collections: Performing Geology Specimens and Meterology Data as New Instruments for Musical Expression, Proceedings of NIME 2014 p. 175-178