nick cope film & video

Publications

book chapters

‘Nothing Here Now but the Recordings – The Moving Image Record of Joy Division and the Factory Video Unit’

Heart and Soul: Critical Essays on Joy Division

Power, M., Devereux, E. & Dillane, A.(eds.),

Rowman & Littlefield (London), October 2018.

ISBN 978-1-78660-334-0.

‘Scratch Video Revisited’

The Radical Film Handbook

Newsinger, J., Wayne, M. & Presence, S. (eds.) Routledge, tbc 2020.

‘Electroacoustic Movies’

MuVi 3Video and Moving Image on synaesthesia and visual music 

Ricco, D. and Jose de Cordoba, M. (eds) Ediciones Fundacion International Artecitta, Granada, Spain, 2012

 ISBN-13: 978-84-939054-3-9

‘Islington’s Victorian Prisons’

Criminal Islington: The story of crime and punishment in a Victorian suburb

Sugden, K (ed.)

Islington Archaeology and History Society (1989).

journal articles

‘Electroacoustic Moviemaking: A Creative Media Practice Research Collaboration Case Study’

Special Issue: Creative Practice in Filmmaking and Screen Production

Studies in Australasian Cinema. Volume 12, Issue 2-3, pp.116-134.

Published online 29 Nov 2018. DOI: 10.1080/17503175.2018.1539539

‘Amen: Survive the Coming Hard Times’ and

‘Revisiting Scratch Video’

Video and journal article of accompanying research contexts;

Special Issue: Aesthetics/Politics/Activism/Art: What is Radical Film?

Screenworks Volume 7.3, December 2017.

Peer-reviewed online publication of practice research in film and screen media,

http://screenworks.org.uk/archive/volume-7-3/revisiting-scratch-video

ISSN 2514-3123.

‘Globus Hystericus’

Video in collaboration with composer Professor Tim Howle, and journal article of supporting research contexts.

Sightlines: Film-making in the Academy Volume 1, November 2015.

Peer- reviewed online audiovisual journal,

Australian Screen Production, Education & Research Association, http://www.aspera.org.au/research/sightlines-globus-hystericus/

ISSN 978-0-9943365-1-4.

‘Electroacoustic Movies: A visual music practice and its contexts’

Journal article

Divergence Press: Sound. Music. Image – Volume 2, May 2014.

Online, open access, peer-reviewed journal and resource hub for contemporary music, Centre for Research in New Music, University of Huddersfield, http://divergencepress.net/articles/2016/11/3/h4ju9gihvt68nfrukgto05fskaoipa

ISSN 2052-3467.

‘Open Circuits’

Video in collaboration with composer Tim Howle, and journal article of accompanying research contexts selected for publication on DVD and online,

ScreenWork Volume 1, Practice as Research DVD

The Journal of Media Practice, Volume 10.2+3, June 2007, http://screenworks.org.uk/archive/volume-1

ISBN 978 186043 5126.

‘Open Circuits’

Reviewed in

‘International Computer Music Conference 2004: Concerts’,

Computer Music Journal, Volume 29, Number 2, Spring 2005,

MIT Press,

ISBN 0-262-75739 – 5.

DVD publications

‘Son et Lumieres’

Video in collaboration with Tim Howle

MuVi 3Video and Moving Image on synaesthesia and visual music 

Ediciones Fundacion International Artecitta, Granada, Spain, 2012

 ISBN-13: 978-84-939054-3-9

‘Open Circuits’

Video in collaboration with composer Tim Howle

‘ScreenWork Practice as Research DVD’

The Journal of Media Practice, Volume 10.2+3, June 2007, http://screenworks.org.uk/archive/volume-1

‘Open Circuits’

Process Revealed – Documenting the European Conference on Evolutionary Music and Art,

Artpool, Budapest, Hungary 2006, Goldsmiths, University of London

ISBN 1904158714

‘Open Circuits’

‘Visual Music’ AV Special,

Computer Music Journal, Volume 29, Number 4, Winter 2005,

MIT Press

ISBN 0-262-75739-7.

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