Local Identifier

OC/D/1701/616/2 (local reference number)


2010 Dec 08 (was creation date of)

Access status


Use status

Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC)


Scope and Content

Image of the wall of the residency studio showing a close-up of the poem 
 'ghosts move abt me patchd wit histories' by Philip Davenport. 

Content Extent

1 photographs

Content Type

still image

Language Information

Latin (has script)

Management and Use

Conditions on Access

A low resolution version of this record is accessible online for personal non-commercial use. The original record or accessible surrogate is accessible to researchers by appointment in the CFCCA archive and library searchroom.

Digital Surrogate Info

jpeg (881 KB, 1 files)

Conditions on Use

Photograph of the open studio of Nicola Smith and Philip Davenport at the Chinese Art Centre, December 2010. Created by Elizabeth Wewiora, Residency and Engagement Coordinator. The document is copyright of the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.


Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital

Record Resource Extent

6.99 MB


optical disk

Media Type

image ➔ jpeg

Related Content

Related Units of Description

The original poem can be found in OC/D/1701/616/70. A sample of the wall paper can be found in OC/8/2/44/4.

Related People and Organisations

Wewiora, Elizabeth, artist (has creator)
Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (1989-) (has creator)
Smith, Nicola, artist (has contributor)
Davenport, Philip, visual poet (has contributor)

Related places

Manchester (is associated with)

Related Terms

Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC) (has use status)
Open (has access status)
still images (has content type)
English (has or had language)
Latin (has script)
digital (has representation type)
optical disks (has carrier type )
jpeg (has media type)
photographs (has documentary form type)
poetry (is related to)
wallpapers (is related to)


Rules or Conventions

Our archival collections have been catalogued following the International Standard of Archival Description (ISAD(G)) and principles of Records in Context (RiC). The library collection has been documented following the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) standard and the International Standard for Bibliographic Description (ISBD).

Subject terms for the collections have been taken from the Resource Description Access (RDA) values which are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License; the National Archives’ PRONOM online registry of technical information; IANA media types. MIME types; Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT)® and Thesaurus of Geographic Names (TGN)® which are made available under the ODC Attribution License.