Publications

Selected Publications

 

PhD Thesis

Handcock, T 2014, Skin That Wears: Body-site as a context for designing wearable artefacts, PhD thesis, School of Fashion and Textiles, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University

 

Book Chapters

Handcock, T 2019, ‘Touch and Trace: Ethical Creative Practices for a Phenomenology of Skin’, in K MacNeill, B Bolt and M McPherson (eds), The Meeting of Aesthetics and Ethics in the Academy, Routledge, https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429197321.

Featured in: McLeod, R, Sumartojo, S, Anderson, C, Sutila, N and Hogan, S 2019, The Exchange at Knowledge Market, Melbourne Books, Melbourne.

Handcock, T 2014, ‘The eternal grind: Bodies as dust, bodies of dust’, in K Buccieri (ed), Body Tensions: Beyond Corporeality in Time and SpaceInter-Disciplinary PressOxford, United Kingdom, pp. 197211.

Handcock, T 2013, ‘The eternal grind: Human bodies reduced to dust’, in L McLean, L Stafford and M Weeks (eds), Exploring Bodies in Time and SpaceInter-Disciplinary PressOxford, United Kingdom, pp. 217226.

Conference Papers

Handcock, T 2016, ‘Toward a situated fashion practice: Place-making through exhibition and body-site’, conference presentation paper, The End of Fashion: An International Conference, 8-9 December 2016, College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand.

Handcock, T 2016, ‘Touch and Trace: Ethical methodologies for encountering Körper skin in critically reflective design practice’, conference presentation paper, Bodily Matters: Human Biomatter in Art Materials / Aesthetics / Ethics, 7-8 July 2016, University College London, Institute of Advanced Studies, London.

Handcock, T 2013, ‘Invisible man: Literature and the body in design practice‘, in E Brandt, P Ehn, TD Johansson, MH Reimer, T Markussen and A Vallgårda (eds), Proceedings of Nordic Design Research Conference 20139-12 June 2013Malmö, Sweden, pp. 274282.

Handcock, T 2012, ‘Transgressing Boundaries: Skin in the Construction of Bodily Interior‘, in S Attiwill (ed), Proceedings of 2012 IDEA Symposium, 6-9 September 2012, Perth, Australia, pp. 18.

Journal Articles

Handcock, T 2013, ‘Revelation and the Unseen in H. G. Wells’s The Invisible Man‘, Colloquy: Text Theory Critique, vol. 25, pp. 40-57.

Exhibition Reviews

Handcock, T 2017, ‘The End of Fashion exhibition, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, 8–9 December 2016’, exhibition review, Craft Research, vol. 8 no.1, pp. 127-134. doi: 10.1386/crre.8.1.127_1

Selected Presentations and Panels 

2019      All the Jewellery, ‘What do you think of when I say the word ‘jewellery’?’, panelist, RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne VIC

2016     The End of Fashion: An International Conference, ‘Toward a situated fashion practice: Place-making through exhibition and body-site’, conference presentation paper, College of Creative Arts, Massey University, New Zealand.

2016      Bodily Matters: Human Biomatter in Art Materials / Aesthetics / Ethics, ‘Touch and Trace: Ethical methodologies for encountering Körper skin in critically reflective design practice’, conference presentation, University College London, Institute of Advanced Studies, London.

2015      Peripheral Visions, panelist, First Site Gallery, VAMFF, Melbourne VIC,

2014      Transformations: Art and the City, symposium presentation, RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne VIC

 

Links

RMIT Research Repository

Academia.edu