Back through the Looking Glass: a review of the Fourth International Visual Research Methods Conference

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Mannay, Dawn;

The tittle ‘Back through the looking glass’ reflects my ongoing engagement with the evolving and dynamic biannual International Visual Research Methods Conference. What I really like about the IVM is the way it encourages innovation and change rather than becoming a sta... View more
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