Dr Lucy Frears FHEA
Dr Lucy Frears' practice-based research on Locative Media includes immersive sound, memories, phenomenology and intangible heritage. The book (3rd edition 2020) and app (2014) based on research around a community oral history project have both won awards. Lucy was the Cornwall Film Festival Director (2005), the Artist Residency Manager at Porthmeor Studios - the oldest continually used artist studios in Britain (2017-2020) and is a member of WAN, the Walking Arts Network.
- Performing Landscape Using a Locative Media Deep Map App. A Cornish Case Study by Lucy Frears, Erik Geelhoed and Misha Myers in Reanimating Regions edited by James Riding and Martin Jones. Published 2017 by Routledge Oxon and NY.
- Unlocking Landscape Using Locative Media’ doctoral thesis 2017 University of the Arts London and Falmouth University.
- (Forthcoming – due August 2021) Performing Cartographies: Getting inside the map by Misha Myers and Lucy Frears in New Directions in Radical Cartography edited by Phil Cohen and Michael Duggan.
- ‘Hayle Churks – Hayle Tales & Trails’ edited and compiled by Lucy Frears (2010). The 2020 3rd edition includes a new chapter by Lucy.
- The Deep Map App Reference Tool by Lucy Frears in Livingmaps Network Journal Issue 9. Available: https://livingmaps.squarespace.com/navigations November 2020.
- Presenting locative media research, practice and methods: ‘Front Lines, Back Yards: Taking A Walk On the Wild Side’ online Dec 16th with the Living Maps Network.
Active Funded Research
- Re-voicing Cultural Landscapes