VaroomLab Journal Issue four - Visionaries
Including papers on the illustrated map as a mode of communication, tracing the link between visionary J.G. Ballard and the cultural and virtual fabric of 2015, drawing and the digital networks of the contemporary urban landscape, and imagining an alternative future for arts education. A film on the manifestations of vision in contemporary illustration practice is also included.
Graham Elliot interviewed by Stephanie Black
Peer Reviewed Papers
Matthew Richardson: Myths of the near Future: Ballard, Crusoe and Google
Richard Hudson-Miles: Illustration; Education; Revolution
Andy Davies: Visualising Spaces: The Illustrated Map as a mode of communicating Fact, Fiction and Feeling
Gareth Proskourine-Barnett: Paradise Lost: Documenting Birmingham’s Central Library
Rachel Gannon and Darryl Clifton: Immaterial Boundary (Film)
Chloe Regan: Illustrator as Detective: Discovery through Drawing
Jo Berry: ‘The in-betweener’
Christian Lloyd: Performing in a do-It-yourself nudie suit
Jo Hassel: Off her hostess-trolley: Telling it a different way
Alice Moloney: A new breed: How should we champion the mavericks and pioneers of the illustration industry?
Aidan Winterburn: Self-Reflexivity and Contemporary Illustrated Children’s Books