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A Cold War curiosity?: The Soviet collection at the Darwin memorial museum, Down House, Kent.
In the late 1950s-early 1960s, the Charles Darwin memorial museum at Down House in Kent acquired a collection of Soviet paintings, sculptures and photographic albums, none of which are currently on display to the public. ...
Popehelm : Single channel film with sound
(Experiments in Cinema Film Festival, USA, 2017-04-21)
Popehelm (2016/7) is a short film made in a multi-disciplinary collaboration with experimental writer Sarah Goldstein and composer Rob Godman. It was created as part of Disasters of Peace research project, examining ways ...
Doctorateness: where should we look for evidence?
This chapter considers the possibility of an “institutional theory of artistic research”. It proposes four distinct quadrants in which one might look for evidence for such a theory, which needs to have the capacity to ...
To Be Here - A multi channel video and sound installation : Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, USA
To Be Here (2016) is a series of video works examining the long-term displacement of Sahrawi refugees living in camps in the Sahara desert region of Algeria. Shaping an alternative form of documentary, where staged ...
The image of the Shanghai 2010 Expo the contribution of single pavilions to Shanghai's global image
This article offers a retrospective of the Shanghai World Expo 2010, placing it within an historical framework and hence comparing it to the other major World Expos from 1851 on. The study analyzes various national ...
About Painting : About Painting 1: Zürich, sihlquai55 offspace, Zürich, Switzerland
About painting looks at painting from the inside and considers the forces shaping it and controversy surrounding the medium. The project considers the wider contexts in which painting is exhibited and made. For example how ...
The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts