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Professor Felicity Colman

Title
Associate Dean: Research
College
London College of Fashion
Email address
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Researcher Research
Felicity  Colman

Biography

Felicity Colman is Professor of Media Arts and Associate Dean of Research for the London College of Fashion at University of the Arts, London. Felicity is a specialist in media forms, creative philosophies, communication theory, and new materialist feminist epistemologies. Felicity teaches and researches forms of creative media practice. She has a professional background working life in the creative industries - in fashion and textile design, and working in curatorial roles. Trained as an art historian, she has taught and worked in Higher Education in Australia and in the United Kingdom for over 20 years. Current research focus is on feminist modal ethics.

Felicity welcomes students for MA and PhD research supervision in both practice and theoretical research in the areas of art, cultural studies, political modalities of fashion, feminist practice, film, media theory, and ethics of technology.

Grants and awards

(Figures indicate amount awarded to UAL)

Research Outputs

Teaching

Current research students

  • Corneliu Dinu Tudor Dino Bodiciu, Future Bodies: Radical Interactions between Body and Dress. (Joint supervisor)
  • Angela King, ‘Fashioning the male boxing body’, an investigation into ringside boxing dress as embodied working-class masculinity and material culture. (Lead supervisor)

Subjects

Animation, interactive, film and sound
Creative Computing
Curation and culture
Fashion communication
Photography
Textiles and materials