Shaw, B., Schrag, A., Williams, F., & Smith, S. (2022). Enstranglements: Undercover in Arts for Health. Performance Research, 26 (6).
Williams, F., Shaw, B., & Schrag, A. (2022). Enstranglements: performing within, and exiting from, the arts-in-health 'setting'. Frontiers in Psychology. http://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.732957
Corazzo, J., Shaw, B., & Harrington, J. (2017). Studio inside, studio outside: Elasticity. In ELIA: Exploring Elasticity in Teaching and Learning in the Arts, Central St Martins, University of the Arts, London, 5 July 2017 - 7 July 2017. http://www.elia-artschools.org/userfiles/File/customfiles/elia-academy-2017-programme_20170626151752.pdf
Shaw, B., & Butler, R. (2016). Hide and seek: playing with visibility. In Putting Space into Action, University of Huddersfield, 30 January 2016 - 9 January 2016. https://www.hud.ac.uk/research/researchcentres/st/psia/
Shaw, B. (2015). ‘Managing Expectations’: unpicking what we expect of artists in healthcare. In Design4Health, Sheffield Hallam University, 13 July 2015 - 16 July 2015.
Shaw, R., & Doherty, K. (2016). Innovation in PhD Training in the interdisciplinary research institute. In 17th International Conference on Communication, Visual Arts and Design, Barcelona, 1 July 2016.
Shaw, R. (2022). Running across subsidence, following leaks: The ordinary failure of public art and public infrastructure services. In Cartiere, C., & Schrag, A. (Eds.) The Failure of Public Art and Participation. Routledge
Shaw, B. (2022). How Deep is Your Love? Spurting, surging, leaking and hissing in Calgary’s pressurised drinking water infrastructure. In Bates, C., & Moles, K. (Eds.) Living with Water. UK: Palgrave
Shaw, R. (2021). Working the Space: Augmenting Training for Practice-based Research(1). In Vear, C. (Ed.) The Routledge International Handbook of Practice-Based Research. (pp. 107-121). UK: Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-International-Handbook-of-Practice-Based-Research/Vear/p/book/9780367341435#
Shaw, R. (2018). The Creep(Sarah Smith). In Artists publication: Double Agency. (pp. 0). Sheffield: SHU Print
Shaw, B. (2016). Being Seen. In Williams, F. (Ed.) Are you feeling better?. London: Cultural Institute: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/Cultural/Cultural-Institute/Utopia2016/Become-A-Utopian.aspx
Shaw, B. (2015). Local art for local people. In Quick, C., Speight, E., & Van Noord, G. (Eds.) Subplots to a City. Ten Years of In Certain Places. (pp. 145-148). Preston, UK: In Certain Places: http://incertainplaces.org/
Shaw, B. (2014). Reception: two subjects looking at one another. In Calow, J., Hinchcliffe, D., & Mansfield, L. (Eds.) Speculative strategies in interdisciplinary arts practice. (pp. 89-100). UK: Underwing Press: http://www.underwingpress.com/
Shaw, B. (2009). Guest: Melanie Jackson ; Host: Becky Shaw. London: Artwords Press.
Theses / Dissertations
Harrington, J.J. (2015). Process made visible - in and outside the object. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Shaw, B., Mccarthy, P., & Sneddon, A.
Shaw, R. (2019). Becky Shaw: artist in residency reflections. https://www.swarch.co.uk/latest/filter/journal/page/2/
Shaw, R. (2020). Loop Until Escape: film. [ppt made into film]. Sarah Wigglesworth Architecture.
Shaw, R. (2020). Giant Hand Eats Building from the Inside. [print].
Shaw, R. (2018). Mini-geophone: How Deep is Your Love? [brass, stethoscope].
Shaw, B., & Butler, R. (2016). Hiding in Plain Sight (film, photographs, and artists pamphlet). [film]. https://vimeo.com/183652272
Shaw, B. (2011). 20 Euros per Kilo. Cork International Airport, Cork, Ireland.
Shaw, B., & Atherton, M. (2013). BRUTE: Test 1: Transmission Symposium. Co-curated with Michelle Atherton. [Live discursive event]. Centre for Creative Collaboration, London, WC1X 9NG. http://creative-collaboration.net/030513-transmission-brute-test-1/
Shaw, B. (2014). Half-buried. [printer, injet prints, accumulating daily, table, yellow 'panorama' behind]. The Undercroft, Norwich and Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. http://scva.ac.uk/art-and-artists/exhibitions/monument-aftermath-of-war-and-conflict
Shaw, R. (2019). How Deep is Your Love? Exhibition and live work as part of The Dynamic Environment. [One 8m x 8m city infrastructure map with public participation element, plus one brass child-size industrial geophone, and one artists publication on paper for public distribution in gallery and on a live work in form of a two guided tours]. Contemporary Calgary, Italy.
Shaw, B. (2010). The Christmas Party. [Radio broadcast]. http://artsheffield.org/artsheffield2010/as/49
Shaw, R., & Ray, J. (2021). School has never been modern. Presented at: Childhood and Time: The IX Conference on Childhood Studies, Virtual, 2021
Hope, S., Shaw, B., & Schrag, A. (2018). Chewing and pooing : the digestive system as a metaphor for practice-research in participatory contexts. Presented at: Cultures of Participation 2018, Aarhus University, Denmark, 2018
Shaw, B., Hope, S., & Schrag, A. (2018). Half-eaten: practice-research within organisations. Presented at: Artistic Reasearch will Eat Itself- 9th SAR International Conference on Artistic Research, University of Plymouth, 2018
Shaw, B. (2018). How deep is your love? : emotional infrastructure. Presented at: Beneath the City Streets, Sheffield Hallam University
Shaw, B. (2014). Staying when things go wrong. Presented at: Staying, Archway, 2014
Shaw, B. (2011). On display : artists and shops. Presented at: On Display, Site Gallery, Sheffield, 2011