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Student research in fine art

Fine art research degrees cross a range of areas including painting, sculpture and drawing.

Examples of completed research degree projects in fine art can be found from the link below, with student names, Colleges, thesis titles and supervisors. Digital versions of theses are available to view where possible.

  • Denise Ackerl - Strategies of resistance in female performance practice and activism in the context of cognitive capitalism and new social media
  • Fagner Bibiano - Out of sight: investigating perverse desire through photographic practice
  • Hannah Entwisle Chapuisat - Artistic Strategies for Influencing International Norm Development on Climate Change-Related Displacement
  • Lorrice Douglas - Discreet Works
  • Kate Fahey - Unruly encounters: re-staging images of drone warfare through an embodied art practice
  • Emma Gradin - Practice-based research on slowing down the experience of art in galleries, and slowing down curatorial work in general
  • Sława Harasymowicz - Double Exposure: Memory, Post Memory and Autobiography as Practice
  • Jin Ah Lee - Drawing a ‘New Map’ within Critical Cartography
  • Scott Schwager - The relationship between visual arts, performing arts and curatorial areas: implications for collaboration and co-authorship
  • Stephanie Spindler - The State of Being a Woman: A Phenomenological Identity
  • Anna Vickers - The discarded body – Concealing, art historical borrowing and the redundant gesture as strategies in contemporary painting