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Critical Practices Research Group

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The members of the Critical Practices Research Group are drawn from across the various disciplines of Winchester School of Art (WSA), including those working in Fine Art, Media, Design, Visual Culture and Curation. The group represents a wide range of staff and doctoral researchers, as well as scholars and practitioners from a variety of fields, all of whom share an interest in what we do and contribute to the critical engagements and perspectives that support our research.

 

Directors

Ian Dawson, Dr Daniel Cid and Professor Ed D'Souza.

WSA Afilliated Staff 

Danny Aldred
Professor John Armitage 
Dr Jane Birkin
Professor Ryan Bishop
Dr Mihaela Brebenel
Professor Victor Burgin
Dr Valentina Cardo
Andrew Carnie
Dr Seth Giddings
Dr John Gillett
Professor James Hall
Dr Lyanne Holcombe
Gordon Hon
Dr Alessandro Ludovico
Professor Sunil Manghani
Kevin Newark
Professor Jussi Parikka
Adam Procter
Emeritus Professor Brandon Taylor
Mia Taylor
Dr Jo Turney
Dr Yuanyuan Yin

Affiliated Scholars and Artists

Alastair Eales - artist and educator, galleries and charity sector
Feroze Gujral - Director of Gujral Foundation, India
Feng Jie - Research Fellow and external PhD supervisor
Paul Reilly - archaeologist and pioneer of virtual and creative digital archaeologies

PhD Researchers   

Richard Acquaye
Roula Al Kadamanni
Kenneth Amor
Tessa Atton
Dave Ball
Berit Fischer
Rebeca Font
Carmen Malvar
Eria S. Nsubuga
Shwetal Patel
Francesc Ribot
Sarvenaz Sohrabri
Elham Soleimani Bavani
Paul Stevens
Noriko Suzuki-Bosco
Lucy Woollett
Nan Zhang

To find out more about the PhD programme at Winchester School of Art, see Postgraduate Research

 

An overview of the group’s research interests.

Research

An overview of the group’s research interests.

Selected publications, projects and exhibitions.

Portfolio

Selected publications, projects and exhibitions.

Partnerships, associations and sites of practice.

Engagement

Partnerships, associations and sites of practice.

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