The theory, practice and art of movement capture and preservation: an interdisciplinary investigation

Grethe Mitchell

Grethe Mitchell
Faculty of Media, Humanities and Technology University of Lincoln

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Tyler Denmead

Tyler Denmead (Research Assistant)
University of Cambridge

Tyler Denmead is the Research Assistant on the Movement Capture project. He is presently completing principally ethnographic doctoral research on artist pedagogy at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this, he founded and directed New Urban Arts, an interdisciplinary creative learning community for secondary school students and artists located in Providence, RI, USA. He can be contacted at td287(at)cam(dot)ac(dot)uk.

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