Practices of Writing and Publishing
The Practices of Writing and Publishing research group brings together writers, theorists, critics, art historians, artists, curators and editors whose research through writing and publishing is central to their practice.
Art writing as research is understood here as an activity that engages critical, experimental, historical and philosophical approaches that find material form in and beyond academia. Books, journals, magazines, catalogues, performances and artists' publications are examples of these material forms. This area of research is leading the development of textual practices, discursive frameworks and the place of writing and publishing in contemporary art, visual and popular culture.
- Jon Cairns
- Christopher Kul-Want
- Dr Kate Love
- Louise O’Hare
- Professor Roger Sabin
- John Seth
- Dr Lucy Steeds
- Dr Duncan White
- Eva Weinmayr
- Caroline Woodley
- Dr Paul O'Kane
- David Morris
Recent activities & outputs
- 50 Years of Art and Objecthood: Traces, Impact, Critique, Volume 16, Issue 1, April 2017.
- 50 Years of Art and Objecthood: Traces, Impact, Critique, 27 May 2016.
- Symposium: Publishing in Art and Design, 24 March 2015.
- Work-in-progress-5, 19 March 2015.
- Symposium - Thinking as Practice 2015.
- ICA Friday Salon: Instant Publishing/Automatic Writing, May 2013.
- Artists videos at PABD 2013, ICA London.
- 'I don't want to write a PhD' at PABD 2013, ICA London.
- Publish and Be Damned 2013, March 2013.