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
Upcoming: Handcock, T 2017, ‘Touch and Trace: Ethical Creative Practices for a Phenomenology of Skin’, in K MacNeill, B Bolt and M McPherson (eds), The Ethics of Innovation and Creative Practice Research.
Handcock, T 2014, ‘The eternal grind: Bodies as dust, bodies of dust’, in K Buccieri (ed), Body Tensions: Beyond Corporeality in Time and Space, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, pp. 197–211.
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 Space, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, pp. 217–226.
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 2013, 9-12 June 2013, Malmö, Sweden, pp. 274–282.
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. 1–8.
Handcock, T 2013, ‘Revelation and the Unseen in H. G. Wells’s The Invisible Man‘, Colloquy: Text Theory Critique, vol. 25, pp. 40-57.
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
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