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Mr. Roy Wallace

  • Job title: Senior Lecturer in Media Production
  • Department: Journalism, Media & Performance

Publications

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2018

  1. Wallace, R. (2018) Bloody Bloody Belgium - a history of the underground music scene in Belgium 1977-2014. Exhibit at: Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! (KISMIF) International Conference 2018: Gender, Differences, Identities and DIY Cultures. University of Porto, Portugal, 03-07 July 2018. (Accepted)
  2. Wallace, R. (2018) Bloody, Bloody Belgium. Exhibit at: Naughty Kids - Punk in Antwerp 1978-2018. Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, 06-22 September 2018.
  3. Wallace, R. (2018) Dear Little Dinosaur. Exhibit at: Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! (KISMIF) International Conference 2018: Gender, Differences, Identities and DIY Cultures. University of Porto, Portugal, 03-07 July 2018. (Accepted)
  4. Wallace, R. (2018) Punk in Belgium. Exhibit at: Naughty Kids - Punk in Antwerp 1978-2018. Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, 06-22 September 2018. [Painting]
  5. Wallace, R. (2018) Riding down the h@rd road: DIY approaches to documenting punk as political resistance. Paper presented to: Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! (KISMIF) International Conference 2018: Gender, Differences, Identities and DIY Cultures, University of Porto, Portugal, 03-07 July 2018. (Accepted)
  6. Wallace, R. and Johnson, D. (2018) Sounds of oppression: the lost inheritance of the UK reggae scene. Paper presented to: Reggae Innovation and Sound System Culture International Conference, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, 04-05 April 2018.

2017

  1. Wallace, R. and McLaughlin, C. (2017) Co-Founder. Monad Journal of Transformative Practice. Northampton: Monad. 2515-6217.
  2. Wallace, R. (2017) Steering Committee Member.
  3. Wallace, R. (2017) A History of the Protest Song. Workshop presented to: A History of the Protest Song, NN Contemporary Art Gallery, Northampton, 24 June 2017.
  4. Wallace, R. (2017) A Triptych of transformation. [Mirror/Print]. Northampton: We Make Things Happen. (Accepted)
  5. Wallace, R. (2017) All of them, everywhere, on the same day! Exhibition presented to: Images of Research 2017, Avenue Gallery, University of Northampton, 31 January - 17 February 2017. Northampton UK: Roy Wallace.
  6. Wallace, R. (2017) All over face tattoo. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  7. Wallace, R. (2017) An inventory of traces: documenting Punk through the use of image, audio, graphic and text. Invited Presentation presented to: Punk is Not Dead, Cite de la Musique, Philharmonie de Paris, 13 October 2017.
  8. Wallace, R. (2017) Assembly required. Exhibition presented to: Fourth Punk Scholars Network Conference and Post Graduate Symposium, University of Bolton, 12-13 December 2017. (Accepted)
  9. Wallace, R. (2017) Finger through tongue. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  10. Wallace, R. (2017) Finished scarwork. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  11. Wallace, R. (2017) Fun with ears. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  12. Wallace, R. (2017) Goodbye Ballyhightown: oral history and time. Paper presented to: Afterlives of Violence: Contested Geographies of Past, Present and Future, University of Brighton, 29 June 2017.
  13. Wallace, R. (2017) Head staples being inserted. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  14. Wallace, R. (2017) Inserting hooks in back for hanging. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  15. Wallace, R. (2017) Live head piercing during performance. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  16. Wallace, R. (2017) Modern Angels [film screening]. Exhibit at: Transition: Identity. The Underground, Northampton, 25 May 2017.
  17. Wallace, R., McLaughlin, C., Ruiz Brussain, C., Blakemore, H., Robène, L. and Serre, S. (2017) Monad journal launch discussion panel. Panel Presentation presented to: Monad Journal of Transformative Practice Launch, The University of Northampton, 09 November 2017. Northampton: Monad.
  18. Wallace, R. (2017) Neck bolts. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  19. Wallace, R. (2017) Phuturepunk. Symposium presented to: Future Imperfect, Plymouth University, 01 April 2017.
  20. Wallace, R. (2017) Scalpel: a question of documentary ethics. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  21. Wallace, R. (2017) Scarring shoulder during performance. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  22. Wallace, R. (2017) Sectarian life (working title). Invited Keynote presented to: Celebration Factory, Luxemburg, 29 September 2018. (Accepted)
  23. Wallace, R. and Markiewicz, F. (2017) Shot by both sides. Exhibit at: Celebration Factory. Luxemburg, 28 September 2018.
  24. Wallace, R. (2017) Testing skin for hanging. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  25. Wallace, R. (2017) The politics of documentary punk curation. Panel Presentation presented to: Curating Resistance: Punk as Archival Method, University of California, Los Angeles, 09-10 February 2018. (Accepted)
  26. Wallace, R. (2017) Tongue piercing. [Photographic Image]. Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  27. Wallace, R. (2017) Toxic Waste, Bremmen, 1984. In: Murphy, M. and McGuirk, N. (eds.) In Concert: Favourite Gigs of Ireland's Music Community. Ireland: Hope Publications. pp. 72-73.

2016

  1. Wallace, R. (2016) All of them, everywhere, on the same day! Exhibit at: The Art of Punk. The University of Northampton, Avenue Campus, 21-25 November 2016.
  2. Wallace, R. (2016) Become the media. [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  3. Wallace, R. (2016) Bloody Bloody Belgium: a History of the Underground Music Scene. [Online Video]. UK: Punk Scholars Network.
  4. Allen, C. and Wallace, R. (2016) Closing remarks by the conference organisers. Other presented to: 3rd Annual Punk Scholars Network Conference and Postgraduate Symposium: The Art of Punk, The University of Northampton, 25 November 2016.
  5. Wallace, R. (2016) Documenting musically influenced subcultures. Invited Presentation presented to: Popular Music Studies: Methodological Conundrums of Researching Subcultures, Birmingham City University, 12 October 2016.
  6. Wallace, R. (2016) From protest to resistance: a selection of video stills and photography. Exhibit at: Life's So Cold. NN Cafe, Northampton, 31 October 2016.
  7. Wallace, R. (2016) Gathering. [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  8. Wallace, R. (2016) Gotcha! [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  9. Wallace, R. (2016) Life's So Cold: a performative interpretation. Performance at: Life's So Cold NN Cafe, Northampton, 31 October 2016.
  10. Wallace, R. (2016) Modern Angels [Video]: a documentary exploration of transdermal, body art and body modification in the Kingdom of Belgium. Invited Presentation presented to: Trans-States: the Art of Crossing Over, The University of Northampton, 09-10 September 2016.
  11. Wallace, R. (2016) Modified. [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  12. Wallace, R. (2016) No Future. [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  13. Wallace, R. (2016) On-line learning environments. Invited Presentation presented to: Northampton Learning and Teaching Conference 2016: Dare to be Different, The University of Northampton, 17 May 2016.
  14. Wallace, R. (2016) Pictures of Starving Children Sell Records. [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  15. Wallace, R. (2016) Punk in Antwerp. Exhibit at: Punk in Antwerp. M HKA (Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen), May - July 2016.
  16. Wallace, R. (2016) Screening - RISEN: a history of Amebix & Bloody Bloody Belgium. Exhibit at: Life's So Cold. NN Cafe, Northampton, 31 October 2016.
  17. Wallace, R. (2016) Sectarian Life. [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.
  18. Wallace, R. (2016) The Day the Country Died: The Second Sitting. [Online Video]. UK: Punk Scholars Network.
  19. Wallace, R. (2016) The second sitting: an updated visual history of anarcho-punk in the UK 1981-84. Panel Presentation presented to: 3rd Annual Punk Scholars Network Conference and Postgraduate Symposium: The Art of Punk, The University of Northampton, 25 November 2016.
  20. Wallace, R. (2016) Who Dunnit? [Print]. The University of Northampton: Roy Wallace.

2015

  1. Wallace, R. (2015) Bloody bloody Belgium: documenting 'punk' history DIY with reflections on a contemporary international punk scene. Panel Presentation presented to: Punk now!! 2nd Annual Punk Scholars Network Conference and Postgraduate Symposium, Birmingham City University, 29-30 October 2015.
  2. Wallace, R. (2015) Punk for Nepal: a series of video works. Exhibit at: Northampton Music Festival. Northampton, 20 June 2015.
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