This issue makes a unique departure from our usual BST format in as much as the papers and some performances are drawn exclusively from the Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts conference, titled: Doing Digital, Using Digital Resources in the Arts and Humanities, which was held at Dartington College of Arts in September 2007. Over the last decade, the annual DRHA conferences have constructed an unusual kind of meeting place: a space in which researchers, curators, and distributors of digital resources could meet and share perspectives on their complementary agendas. DRHA07 aimed to explore further major issues at the interface between traditional humanities scholarship and the creative arts, by focussing on their differing or complementary approaches to the deployment of digital technologies. We hope our readers will enjoy this issue and we will resume our normal format for future issues.
SUE BROADHURST, Brunel University
BARRY EDWARDS, Brunel University
JOSEPHINE MACHON, Brunel University
PAUL ALLAIN, University of Kent
JOHANNES BIRRINGER, Brunel University
CAROL BROWN, Roehampton University
ELENA COLOGNI, York St. John University
STEVE DIXON, Brunel University
RACHEL FENSHAM, University of Surrey
PETRA KUPPERS, University of Michigan, US
ROB LA FRENAIS, independent curator
FREDERIC FOL LEYMARIE, Computing Department at Goldsmiths College
JOHN MATTIAS, University of Plymouth
SUSAN MELROSE, Middlesex University
XAVIER MENDIK, Brunel university
JOHN MITCHELL, Arizona State University
GABRIELLA GIANNACHI, Universty of Exeter
HELEN PARIS, Brunel University
SARAH RUBIDGE, Chichester University
BARRY SMITH, Independent Academic
PHILIP SUTTON, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
OLU TAIWO, Univeristy of Winchester
STELARC, Brunel University
FIONA TEMPLETON, Brunel University
TRACEY WARR, independent curator
fig. 3. The Love Art Lab. Photo courtesy of the artist 's London agent.
Body, Space & Technology, ISSN 1470-9120 is published in association with the School of Arts at Brunel University.
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