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Mr Gordon Hon 

Lecturer, Contemporary Studies

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Mr Gordon Hon is Lecturer, Contemporary Studies within Winchester School of Art at the University of Southampton.

Gordon oversees the provision of art and design theory across the school. His background is in Fine Art painting and video, although his research is theory rather than practice-based.
His research interests are currently in the political uses of contemporary art, particularly in regards to nationalism, identity and globalisation. He is working, with Bashir Makhoul, on contemporary Palestinian art and its relationship to the idea of origin and nationalism in late capitalist globalisation.

Research

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Research project(s)

Enter Ghost, Exit Ghost - Dormant

Exhibition by Bashir Makhoul in 2012 which raises questions about the kinds of spaces that have emerged in sites of conflict and in the urban margins of globalization

Articles

Books

    Makhoul, B., & Hon, G. (2013). The origins of Palestinian art. (Value: Art: Politics; No. 9). Liverpool, GB: University of Liverpool Press.
    Hon, G. (Ed.) (2012). Enter Ghost, Exit Ghost. Jerusalem, IL: Palestinian Art Court.
    Hon, G. (Ed.) (2004). What Remains to be Seen. Art & Political Conflict: Views from Britain, Israel, Palestine and Northern Ireland. London, UK: Multi Exposure.

Book Chapters

Creative Media and Artefacts

Mr Gordon Hon
Winchester School of Art University of Southampton Park Avenue Winchester Hampshire SO23 8DL

Room Number:63F/1027

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