Drawing Together

Drawing Together

Cheng-Chu Weng is a PhD candidate at Winchester School of Art, undertaking studio-based research concerned with shadows, the body and space. In this post she…

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The Image of the Network

The Image of the Network

Yigit Soncul is a PhD Candidate at Winchester School of Art, working on a research project under the title of Contagious and Immunogenic Images of the…

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Community Media, Cultural Politics & the Greater London Council, 1981-1986

Community Media, Cultural Politics & the Greater London Council, 1981-1986

Hazel Atashroo’s doctoral research project is the product of an AHRC supported Collaborative Doctoral Award between Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton and Tate, entitled…

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Surface, Screen, Space

Surface, Screen, Space

The Phenomenology and Imagination Research Group held a seminar on 18 May 2015 led by Cheng-Chu Weng, with the title ‘Surface, Screen, Space’. The seminar…

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Cultural Ownership and Appropriation

Cultural Ownership and Appropriation

Richard Acquaye’s PhD research explores Sarat Maharaj’s concept of “Know-how and No-How: stopgap notes on “method” in visual art as knowledge production” as a barometer…

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A Phenomenological Enquiry

A Phenomenological Enquiry

At the 20 April meeting of the Phenomenology and Imagination Research Group, Jane Bennett led the group through a brief look at the background and…

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Facing the Posthuman

Facing the Posthuman

The Phenomenology and Imagination Research Group held a seminar on 24 March 2015 led by Yvonne Jones, with the title ‘Facing the Posthuman’. Developing thoughts…

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Living Under the Tourist Gaze

Living Under the Tourist Gaze

The Phenomenology and Imagination Research Group held a seminar on 19 January 2015, led by Bevis Fenner, with the title ‘Living under the tourist gaze:…

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Excavations in Film, Fragments Lost in the Ether and Being At ‘Home’ in the World

Excavations in Film, Fragments Lost in the Ether and Being At ‘Home’ in the World

The Phenomenology and Imagination Research Group held a seminar on 19 January 2015, led by Patti Gaal-Holmes, with the title ‘Excavations in Film, Fragments Lost in…

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Islamic & Arab Heritage and Global Creativity

Islamic & Arab Heritage and Global Creativity

Najla Binhalail’s doctoral research examines the practicalities and politics of the museum display of Saudi clothing, with particular consideration of the Unification of the Kingdom Hall in the National Museum…

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