Conversations Before the End of Time
An examination of how the methods, outcomes and transformative potentials of my new media arts praxis have been understood by a range of critical commentators from disciplinary perspectives outside of my own ‘home territory’ of media arts. in Bolt, B. & Barrett, E. (Eds.), 2014, Material Inventions: Applying Creative Arts Research, pp. 50-67, IB Tauris, New York.
Enabling and Situating Arts–Science Collaboration and Collective Learning
A Springer published book chapter called Creative Partnerships and Cultural Organisations: 'Enabling' and 'Situating' Arts–Science Collaboration and Collective Learning, written in collaboration with Dr. Tania Leimbach (Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney, Australia), currently in print.
Leimbach, T. and Armstrong, K. (2018). Creative Partnerships and Cultural Organisations: “Enabling” and “Situating” Arts-Science Collaboration and Collective Learning. In, D. M. Fam, L. Neuhauser and P. Gibbs (eds.), Transdisciplinary theory, practice and education: The art of collaborative research and collective learning. Springer: Basel, Switzerland. (Online): https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319937427. ISBN 978-3-319-93743-4
Sustaining the Sustainable?
A chapter on practice-led research written called 'Sustaining the Sustainable? Developing a Practice and Problem-led New Media Praxis' for the 2009 Edinburgh University Press book, 'Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts'.
Towards a Connective and Ecosophical New Media Art Practice
Towards a Connective and Ecosophical New Media Art Practice. In Jillian Hamilton (Ed.), Intimate Transactions: Art, Exhibition and Interaction Within Distributed Network Environments
Wasting Time? Art, Science and New Experience
Today the future is travelling rapidly towards us, shaped by all that which we have historically thrown into it. Much of what we have designed for our world over the ages, and much of what we continue to embrace in the pursuit of mainstream economic, cultural and social imperatives, embodies unacknowledged ‘time debts’. This chapter examines artistic strategies that speak to the idea of 'giving time back to the future'.