Mark Palmer

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    Dr. Mark William Palmer, Department of Computer Science and Creativer Technologies, Univeristy of the West of England, UK

    Mark Palmer’s re­search fo­cuses on new the use of games and multi-user vir­tual sys­tems to ex­am­ine is­sues of af­fect and em­bod­i­ment. Cur­rent pro­jects in­clude re­search into the de­vel­op­ment of tools to de­scribe body image in con­di­tions such as Com­plex Re­gional Pain Syn­drome, the de­vel­op­ment of in­ter­faces to pain man­age­ment tools and the use of biofeed­back in games. He is un­der­tak­ing this work at the Uni­ver­sity of the West of Eng­land where he also teaches Games Tech­nol­ogy in the de­part­ment of Com­puter Sci­ence and Cre­ative Tech­nolo­gies. He is presently a mem­ber of the ed­i­to­r­ial board for Dig­i­tal Cre­ativ­ity and pre­vi­ous po­si­tions have in­cluded an AHRC Re­search Fel­low­ship at Stafford­shire Uni­ver­sity and a New Tech­nol­ogy Arts Fel­low­ship at the Uni­ver­sity of Cam­bridge (UK).


    Mark Palmer (UK), Research Scholar, Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. MA Fine Art 1993, Cardiff Institute of Higher Education. Recent Group Shows: Borders, National Museum of Wales; Sculpture in the Park, Festival Park Ebbw Vale; Trans-formations, The Artists Museum, Lodz, Poland; Site-ations 96, The Artists Project, Cardiff. Recent One Person Shows: Closeness and Distance, Flaxman Gallery, Staffordshire University; Transience, Swansea Arts Workshop Gallery. Recent Papers: Redefining Spaces, their Phenomenologies and Consciousness, Consciousness Reframed, 1st International CAiiA Research Conference, University of Wales College Newport; Between the Visible and the Invisible, Shades of Time, Staffordshire University.

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  • Stoke-on-Trent, GB

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