List of Publications
Books, chapters, articles, reviews, papers, talks, presentations
Pell, S.J. (2016) Bodies in Extremis, Star Ark: a self-sustaining starship, Springer Praxis Books. pp 363-382
Pell, S.J. (2013) Can artists prepare us for Space?, TERRA Ø, Microwave New Media. Editor M. Ho. Hong Kong City University pp. 35 – 43.
Pell, S.J. (2008) Glenn Pilkington, Yamatji people, Perth WA, Xstrata Coal Emerging Indigenous Art Award 2008, Qld Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art
Langston, S., Pell, S.J. (2015) What is in a name? Perceived identity, classification, philosophy, and implied duty of the “astronaut”. Acta Astronautica
Pell, S.J. (2014) Aquabatics: a post-turbulent performance, Performance Research, Vol. 19, Issue 5. On Turbulence. Taylor & Francis, Routledge
Pell, S.J., Imhof, A.B., Waldvogel, A., Kotler, J.M., Peljhan, M. (2014) Towards a cooperation between the arts, space science research and the European Space Agency – Preliminary findings of the ESA Topical Team Arts and Sciences (ETTAS), Acta Astronautica 12/2014; 105(1):181–191.
Peer Reviewed Papers
Langston, S., Pell, S.J. (2014) What is in a name? Perceived identity, classification, philosophy, and implied duty of the “astronaut”. 65th International Astronautical Congress, E8. Multilingual Astronautical Terminology Symposium, 1. Multilingual Astronautical Terminology (IAC-14) Toronto, CA 29 Sep- 3 Oct, 2014 IAC-14,E8,1,x22445.
Pell, S.J. (2014) A case for an eXtreme Art Toolkit. 65th International Astronautical Congress, E5. 25th IAA Symposium On Space Activity And Society 4. Contemporary Arts Practice and Outer Space: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach. (IAC-14) Toronto, CA 29 Sep- 3 Oct, 2014 IAC-14,E5,4,x22459.
Pell, S.J., Burke, B. (2014) ‘Envisioning, Performance and Design Fiction as Research approach to predict future convergence between bodies, technologies and water.’ 3WSD14 Water Wheel Conference, World Water Day Symposium, 17-21 March 2014.
Pell, S.J., Mueller, F. (2013) ‘Aquabatics: a novel approach to oceanic performance.’ In Proceedings. OPB13 Oceanic Performance Biennale, Auckland NZ. Nov 2013. 8 pages.
Pell, S.J., Mueller, F. (2013) ‘Aquabatics: a novel approach to oceanic performance.’ In Proceedings. OPB13 Oceanic Performance Biennale, Auckland NZ. Nov 2013. 14 pages. (Extended Paper)
Pell, S.J., Mueller, F. (2013) Designing for depth: underwater play. In Proceedings of The 9th Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment: Matters of Life and Death (IE '13). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 24, 6 pages. DOI=10.1145/2513002.2513036
Pell, S.J., Nespoli, P.A., McKay, M. (2013) EVA Simulation Training Underwater with a Remote Mission ‘Control’. 64th International Astronautical Congress, Beijing, China 2013 (E1) Space Education and outreach Symposium (7) New Worlds – Innovative Space Education and Outreach. International Astronautical Federation. Proceedings ID IAC-13,E1,7,9x18783.
Pell, S.J., Mueller, F. (2013) Designing Mixed Gravity Exertion Games for Humans in Space, 64th International Astronautical Congress, Beijing, China 2013 (E5) 24th Symposium On Space Activity and Society (1) New Architectural, Strategic and Design Approaches to the Future of Human Space Flight. International Astronautical Federation. Proceedings ID IAC-13,E1,1,4x18692.
Pell, S.J, Mueller, F.F, (2013) Gravity well: underwater play. In CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '13). ACM, 3115-3118. DOI=10.1145/2468356.2479624
Imhof, B., Waldvogel, C., Pell, S.J, Kotler, M. (2012) Towards a Cooperation between the Arts, Space Science Research and the European Space Agency, Conf. Proceedings ESA-ISGP Life in Space for Life on Earth Symposium – Joint 12th European Space Life Sciences Meeting, Aberdeen, UK. 10 pages.
Imhof, B., Waldvogel, C., Kotler, M., Pell, S.J, Peljkan, M. (2012) Towards a Cooperation between the Arts, and the ESA Topical Team Art & Science Report , 63rd International Astronautical Congress, Naples, Italy 2012 (E5) 23rd Symposium On Space Activity and Society (4) Space as an Artistic Medium. International Astronautical Federation. 12 pages. Proceedings ID IAC-12,E5,5A,6,x13409
Pell, S.J, Vermeulen, A., (2012) Space Science is Alive with Art, Conf. Proceedings European Space Agency (ESA) & International Society for Gravitational Physiology (ISGP) Life in Space for Life on Earth Symposium – Joint 12th European Space Life Sciences Meeting, 33rd ISGP, Aberdeen, UK. 8 pages.
Books (Self Published)
Pell, S.J. (2010) Singularity University GSP10 (The Unofficial Yearbook), BLURB Publishing 220 pages Full color. In Print.
Invited Journal Articles
Pell, S.J. (2012) 'Every space project needs an artist', Artlink; Australia Vol 32. No. 3 Experiment September 2012 p.10-15
Pell, S.J. (2007) 'Aquabatics' Bits, Bytes and the Rhetoric of Practice: New Media Artist Statements, edited by Clarke, R. US NMC Media-N, v.02 (n.03) Winter
Pell, S.J (2006) 'Sugar and Spice: Bones of the Skin' Review, BST Body Space Technology Journal, UK Vol. 6, Ch.04. Article 1
Pell, S.J. (2006) ‘Luna Gaia: a timely team project’, ISU Alumni Newsletter, France, Winter Vol. 2
Pell, S.J. (2005) 'The Quo Vardis Tardis', a-n The Artist Information Company Magazine, UK, Vol 02, p 26-27
Pell, S.J. (2005) 'Walking with Water', Intersector, Australia Vol 11 (No. 6), p 26
Technical White Papers
Imhof, B., Waldvogel, C., Kotler, M., Pell, S.J., (2012) Meeting Report 2011 European Space Authority (ESA) Topical Team Art & Science., Meeting Report ETTAS, EAC Cologne June 19-July1, 2011. The Network for Science, Engineering, Art and Design SEAD Working Group White Papers under NSF Grant No. 1142510 Collaborative Research EAGER (NSEAD).
Dalrymple, D., et. al. (2010) To Boldly Stay: Creating a sustained capability to send humans in the solar system to stay indefinitely Final Report Edition, GSP10 NASA Ames, California US, Singularity University, 120 pages, In Print
Pell, S.J., Chartres, J., Gauthier, J-F., Gill, T., Ozlati, S., Transfield, E., Vandersteen, J. et al (2006) Luna Gaia: a closed loop habitat for the moon, Final Report Edition, SSP06, Strasbourg, France, International Space University, 168 pages, In Print
Pell, S.J. Doughtery, K., Imhof, B, Kaye, Z, Vermuelen, A, (2013). Art(ist)s in Space Panel [Panel Chair & Author] ISEA2013 International Symposium of Electronic Arts, University of Sydney, AU. Plus Curated Video 60:00.
Richards, R., Dalrymple, D., Pell, S.J., Tseliakhovich, D., Kargieman, E. (2010) To Boldly Stay: Creating a sustained capability to send humans in the solar system to stay indefinitely NASA Ames -SU Conference, NASA Ames Research Park, California, US, 23 Aug 2010.
Pell, S.J, Chamberland, D. (2008) Space-related Art from Atlantica Mission, 59th International Astronautical Congress 2008, (E5.1) 19th Symposium on Space-Related Activity and Society, UK, International Astronautical Federation. 8 pages. Proceedings ID IAC-08.E5.I.7
Pell, S.J. (2008) Designing a dynamic utopia of our future in Space, 59th International Astronautical Congress 2008, Glasgow, UK (D3.1) Symposium on Stepping Stones to the future: Strategies, architectures, concepts and technologies, International Astronautical Federation. Proceedings ID IAC-08.D3.1.8
Pell, S.J. (2008) Innovative Underwater Wireless Sensor Performance Applications, SENSORCOMM 2008 The Second International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications, UNWAT 2008: The Second International Workshop on Under Water Sensors and Systems, Cap Esterel, France, IEEE Computer Society Press, 6 pages
Pell, S.J. (2007) Hydromedusa: Aqueous Architectures for Use in WET Spaces, MutaMorphosis: Challenging Arts & Sciences, Conference Prague, 8-10 Nov, 2007.
Pell, S.J. (2007) Luna Gaia: Ethics, Philosophy & Social Governance, Conf. Proceedings 2nd International Space & Society Conference, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, ESA- ESTEC European Space Agency, NL.
Pell, S.J. (2007) Biotelemetry in WET and DRI space performance, DRAH 07, Doing Digital: Using Digital Resources In The Arts And Humanities, Dartington University, UK 9 - 12 September 2007
Pell, S.J. (2007) Inspiring Transformations: The Art & Health Conference, The University of Northampton, September 3-6, 2007
Pell, S.J. (2007) Underwater Performance and New Media, Media-Infinity: Taiwan-Australia New Media Arts Forum, Taipei, TW, National Taiwan University of Arts
Pell, S.J, (2006) 'Sub Culture', Space Soon: art & human space flight, In the context of the ISU Summer Session Program SSP06, London UK, The RoundHouse
Pell, S.J. et al. (2006) Luna Gaia: a closed loop habitat for the moon, Team Project Presentations, ISU, Strasbourg, France, International Space University
Pell, S.J. (2006) 'Hydrophilia' and subspace performance pathologies, Sensi/able Spaces: Space, Art and the Environment, Reykjavik, University of Iceland
Pell, S.J. (2006) 'Performing by the rules...Underwater!', Counter-Narratives: Challenging / Conflicting / Confusing Voices., Hampshire, UK, Winchester University
Pell, S.J. (2006) 'Gravity Pulse in Subspace: an introduction to Aquabatics', 25th international Space Development Conference, Los Angeles, Space Art Track
Pell, S.J. (2005) 'Sub Culture: Preparing a public subspace habitat performance as an analogue to outer space operations', Blue2005 Human Performance Limits and Behaviour in Underwater Environments, Pisa, Italy, CNR Institute of Clinical Physiology
Pell, S.J. (2013) Blue is the new black – from Blue Sky Thinking to Black Sky Tinkering [Keynote] and Space Art Videos and Presentation [Chair]. Icarus Interstellar Starship Congress, Dallas TX, 16 Aug 2013
Pell, S.J. (2013) Underwater Life, [Keynote] 20000 Leagues Under the Lakes: From the Vassena’s Submersible to Space: Celebrating 65 years of technology transfer in the design for Humans. Villa Monastero, Varenna, Italy 27 June 2013.
Pell, S.J. (2013) Experimental Practice. [Keynote] Australia Council National Experimental Arts Forum, CarriageWorks Theatre, Sydney, AU 2013
Pell, S.J. (2013) It is all a matter of Depth, [Keynote] sg2013 Symposium, Constructing for Uncertainty, 10th Anniversary SmartGeometry Conference, The Bartlett, London, UK 20 April 2013.
Pell, S.J. (2013) Living Water – water living: bodies and ocean architectures. [Keynote] Future Cities 2.0 Other Worlds, University of Greenwich, Maritime Campus, London UK, 11 April 2013.
Pell, S.J. (2016) Suborbital Flight, TEDxMelbourne, TED Adevnture Series AU, 7 Aug 2016.
Pell, S.J. (2015) From Sea, to Summit to Space, TEDxMelbourne, AU, 7 Sep 2015.
Pell, S.J. (2014) Flow, TED Speaker Series, State Street Corporation, Sydney, AU, 7 Feb 2014.
Pell, S.J. (2013) Towards an Australian Space Arts Policy, TEDxRockhampton, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton AU, 7 June 2013.
Pell, S.J. (2012) Every space project needs an artist. TEDxISU – inaugural TEDxevent hosted by International Space University, NASA Kennedy Space Centre & Florida Institute of Technology, Gleeson Performing Arts Center, FIT Melbourne FL 6 July 2012.
Pell, S.J. (2010) Aquabat explores Extreme Environments. Global Hydrotherapy. TEDxSydney, Carriageworks Theatre, Sydney. 22 May 2010.13:50min
Pell, S.J. (2010) What the world needs now is to return to the Ocean. TEDU, TED2010 Conference Long Beach, 22 Feb 2010. 3:00m
Pell, S.J. (2014) Women in Leadership, Engineers Australia Convention, EAC Women's Breakfast Forum, Melbourne Nov 22 2014.
Pell, S.J. (2012) AEGIS Research Seminar, RMIT University, Melbourne AU 15 Dec.
Pell, S.J. (2012) Experimentum, Experimentum, Experimentum! Artlink launch, Experimenta: speak to me! 5th Biennale of Media Arts, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, AU 15 Sep. 2012
Pell, S.J. (2012) Organising the Subaquatic, ISU Alumni Conference, SSP12, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne FL. 6 Jul 2012.
Pell, S.J. (2010) Post-aquatic. Ignite Silicon Valley, Singularity University GSP10, NASA Ames Research Park, CA
Pell, S.J., Chan, H.R., (2010) Biological Enhancement Space Technologies (B.E.S.T) NASA Ames/ SU Conference, NASA Ames Research Park, California
Pell, S.J. (2008) Space-related Art from Atlantica Mission: artist-in-situ, 59th International Astronautical Congress 2008, LESS REMOTE: The Futures of Space Exploration. An arts and Humanities Symposium, Glasgow, Scotland, Flis Holland and The Arts Catalyst in assoc. with Leonardo and OLATS
Pell, S.J., De Clario, D., Orr, J., Wise, K., (2008) Performance Panel, 2008 Woman in Research Project, Faculty of Art and Design, Caulfield, Australia, Monash University
Pell, S.J. (2007) Human Performance in Subspace, Articulate Lecture Series: Performance & Environment, CCI, Perth, Western Australia, Edith Cowan University
Pell, S.J. (2007) Body Shocks: from Sub Space to Outer Space, Faculty Seminar Lecture, School of Anatomy & Human Biology, Perth, University of Western Australia
Pell, S.J, Burgess, L., Petronegro, F., Finney, G. (2006) 'Artists in space agencies’, Space Soon: art & human space flight, London UK, The RoundHouse, The Arts Catalyst
Pell, S.J. et al. (2006) Luna Gaia: a closed loop habitat for the moon, Directors Colloqium, NASA Ames Research Centre, Moffett Space Sciences Auditorium, California, USA, ISU
Pell, S.J (2005) 'Sub Cultures", SymbioticA: the art &science laboratory, University of Western Australia, The School of Anatomy & Human Biology
Anthony, D., (2005) 'Petrification' Sarah Jane Pell & Lawrence English, Vulture, ARC ABC TV, Mon, 2 Nov 2005
Pell, S.J. Locke, C., (2005) 'Hydrophilia & Hydrophonics: UK-AU, Water and New Media', RAW Residency Artist Talks, Brisbane Australia, The Institute of Modern Art
Birringer, J., Pell, S.J., Bell, S, La Frenais, R (2006) 'Sub Culture: Duty of Care in performance', PSi12 Performance Studies International #12, School of English and Drama, Queen Mary, University of London with East End Collaborations and the Live Art Development Agency, Panel & Film pages
Read, A., Pell, S.J. (2004) “A conversation with Sarah Jane Pell on Aquabatics & Forced Entertainment’s Marathon Lexicon”, Theatre Studies, Boston University, London UK
Pell, S.J., Zurr, I, Helyer, N., Catts, O., (2004) Lifeboat: Artists and Scientists in Collaboration, ISEA2004 International Symposium of Electronic Arts, Cinema Kosmos, Tallin, Estonian Academy of Arts
Pell, S.J. (2004) Sarah Jane Pell Artist Lecture, Showroom II, Dance 4 & The Bonnington Gallery, Arkwright Building, Nottingham Trent University UK
Other – Major International exhibitions, performances
Pell, S.J. Mission 014: Art & Space Exhibition, Spartnic - Weightless Artists Association, Ostrale, Desden DE 18 Jul-28 Sep 2014. Curators: Max Grüter & Kay Kaul. Invited Nov 23, 2013. CI Pell is producing 5x glass astronaut body casts, 5x “embodied weightless feeling” carved aerogel forms.
Pell, S.J., Burke, B.P. (2014) ‘Ocean Synapse: a trans-hemisphere performance exploring convergence phenomena as bodies in drift’. 3WSD14 World Water Day Symposium, Waterwheel interactive global event. Curator Suzon Fuks. 8 Channel live media performance between New York US/Melbourne AU. Performed 21 March 2014. Duet for 25:00min.
Pell, S.J., Mueller, F.F. (2013) Gravity Well CHI’13 Interactivity. Palais de Congress, Paris, FR 28 Apr – 3 May 2013. Interactive aquatic robotics facilitating underwater play premièred at ACM European Computing Research Congress audience 3800. 4x Aquariums, 6x Robots, Bluetooth.
ETTAS 2012 (Waldvogel, C., Pell, S.J., Hill, A., Vermuelen, A., Ono, A., Frenais, A., Johanssen, K., Peljhan, M., Otto Roth, T., Pitts, B.), Free Enterprise: The Art of Citizen Space Exploration, The Culver Center of the Arts & Sweeny Art Gallery, California US 2013. Jan 19 – March 23, 2013. Curated by Marko Peljhan and Tyler Stallings. First contemporary art exhibition in U.S. to explore implications for artists of civilian space travel.
ETTAS 2012 (Waldvogel, C., Pell, S.J., Hill, A., Vermuelen, A., Ono, A., Frenais, A., Johanssen, K., Peljhan, M., Otto Roth, T., Pitts, B.), Space-related Art Showcase, The European Space Agency, ESA Space Technology & Engineering Centre (ESTEC), Noordvijk, NL. Wintergarden North, Nov 13 – 16, 2012. CI Pell exhibited 15 x Digital Prints and a Video produced by C. Waldvogel, 2012. Run time 60:00.
Pell, S.J. 2007 International New Media Arts Festival, Kuandu National Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, TW. 5 Jun – 8 Jul 2007. Chief Planner of Art Festival Professor Huang, Kuang-Nan. CI Pell presented Walking with Water 3 x Media Performance Installations.
Pell, S.J. BOOM! An Interplay of Fast and Frozen Permutations in New Media, Australian-Taiwan New Media Arts Festival NTUA International Exhibition Hall, Taipei, Taiwan 28 May – 8 June, 2007. Curators Eleanor Gates-Smith, Lyn, Pey-Chwen. CI Pell held the main exhibition space Walking with Water 5 x Large Screen Media Performance Installations.
Pell, S.J. Sensi/able Spaces Art and the Environment, proceedings of the SPARTEN conference, Reykjavik, Iceland 1 Jun – 2 Jun 2006, Edward H. Huijbens, Ólafur Páll Jónsson, Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2007. 263 pages. CI Pell presented a media performance Hydrophilia, 2006 [see 34, 55.] and short paper.
Pell, S.J. Yuri’s Night Bay Area, Hangar One, NASA Ames, US. 12 April 2007 With over 4,000 participants, YNBA at NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, CA was the largest to date. Curators Loretta Hidalgo, George T. Whitesides and Trish Garner combined entertainment with education and outreach. CI Pell performed 12 mins live stream to main stage audiences at Hangar N211 and online NASA TV.
Pell, S.J. TRACT, live art festival, Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance, UK 2006. Site-specific live art festival and residency program. Curators Andy Whall and Blair Todd. CI Pell performed solo Hydrophilia III on the deck of a vessel moored in the Quay of South Pier, Wharf Rd, Penzance, UK. Duration 111mins.
Pell, S.J. MAF05 Thailand 3rd New Media Art Festival, Bangkok Thailand 2005. Produced by ICECA Thailand. Bed Supper Club: Intimacy 25-28 Feb 2006: Online Gallery Digital Skin 24 – 28 Jun 2006. CI Pell presented UnderCurrent, 2005 [see 42, 43.] as online media and 4 page short abstract.
LifeBoat 2004 (Helyer, N., Pell, S.J., Catts, O., Zurr, I.), ISEA04 International Symposium of Electronic Arts, Baltic, 2004. Daily performances on ‘Opera’ Liner for ISEA2004 (Finland, Sweden, Estonia) and workshop Heureka the Finish Science Museum. Lifeboat, scientific and AV installations, crew of 5. Diameter 4m x 3.5m. Total 67 participants /400 audience /+broadcast. 3 Days. Duration 24 hours.
LifeBoat 2004 (Helyer, N., Pell, S.J., Hodgetts, S.,), Riks Utstillinger, Olso Fijord, NO 2004. Lifeboat, scientific and AV installations, crew of 3. Diameter 4m x 3.5m. Two preview performances on board S.S. Innvick. Total approx.12 participants/45 audience. Duration 4 hours.
Major Australian exhibitions, performances, events
Pell, S.J., Deep Performance Enhancement, solo performance-lecture as part of the Perth International Arts Festival at Fremantle Arts Centre, 2 February April 2013. Duration 15:00
Pell, S.J., Inside Running, the sport of art, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, AU. 2 Feb – 7 Apr 2013. Curators Richard Lewer and Dr. Ric Spencer. Nine artists whose passion for sport has bled into their art, in an exhibition of specially commissioned work: Catalogue. http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/195729937
Pell, S.J., HATCHED 06 National Graduate Show, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, AU. 12 May – 25 June 2006. Most comprehensive annual national survey of emerging artists in Australia. In 2006, 58 artists were awarded from 20 Schools. CI Pell represented Edith Cowan University.
Pell, S.J., Walking with Water, Western Australian Maritime Museum, Victoria Quay, WA. 17 – 25 Jun 2005. Major solo retrospective exhibition. Six aquatic media performance large-screen videos, installation of provocative interactive performance artefacts, sound-scape and live performance of Odyssey. Duration 40 mins. Preview audience of 100 invited guests. General audience over 7 days.
Pell, S.J., BEAP04 Biennale Electronic Arts Perth Directed by Dr. Paul Thomas. CI Pell solo performance Hydrophilia I & II at the Perth Institute Contemporary Art, SameDifference exhibition curated by Bec Dean. 25 Aug & Sep 11, 2004. Live Video: Lorraine Corker. Duration 111mins each [see 55.].
Pell, S.J., Sea of Live(d) Dreams, Perth Institute Contemporary Art, Perth, AU. 26 Aug – 26 Sep, 2004. Curator: Sarah Miller. Solo studio residency exhibition of interactive-aquatic prototype artifacts.
Pell, S.J., The Space Between Conference, Perth AU 2004. TERMINAL Closing Event, Fremantle 17 Apr 2004. Produced by LittleGirl INTERNATIONAL Inc. Curator: Kirsten Hudson. CI Pell performed Trans.Port to a live audience inside a 17,000lt glass demonstration tank. Duration 90 mins.
Pell, S.J., Deeper, Deeper, Deeper [Audio Recording], Produced by Alister Morley | Staccato, Perth/ Melbourne. Perth International Arts Festival (CD) Released 2013. Run Time 60:00.
Pell, S.J., Hydrophilia. In, Space-related Art Showcase [Video Recording], ETTAS 2012 (Waldvogel, C., Pell, S.J., Hill, A., Vermuelen, A., Ono, A., Frenais, A., Johanssen, K., Peljhan, M., Otto Roth, T., Pitts, B.), Produced by the European Space Agency Topical Team Art Science & Liquifer Systems, LLC, Vienna. Edited by Christian Waldvogel. Released 2012. Run time 60:00.
Pell, S.J., Walking with Water [Video Recording], Produced by Contemporary Arts Media, Perth/ London, (DVD) Released 2006. Run Time 54 mins. http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/46243247
Shaun Wilson (2014) The Tailor of Autumn, Honeyhouse Films, AU. Filmed Dec 2013-Feb 2014. Pell, S.J. Main Astronaut Character: Aqualias. Pre-Launch to SONY March 2014. Full Release May 2014.
Alex McDowell, Eric Matthies (2013) The Science of Fiction Live and Interactive World Building. Pell, S.J. Co-creative/designer: Group #3: The Reality of Fiction/Unfiction: the Triumph of the Quoditian. Hosted by USC and the 5Di Institute. USC, School of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles, US 13 April 2013.
Saeed Taji Farouky (2012) …Even That Void, is an experimental, ecological documentary for the 21st century, based on the film ‘There Will Be Some Who Will Not Fear That Void (2010) Conceived by Saeed Taji Farouky, Sarah Jane Pell & Connor Dickie, Arctic Expedition 2010 Producer Tourist with a Typewriter, Co-producer: John Arvid Berger Jab Film, Tromso NO. Release DR Sales Denmark. 2013
Pell, S.J. (2006) Aquabatics as New Works of Live Art, PhD Thesis, Western Australia, Edith Cowan University, In Print.