2020 – 2021
Adam Walker: Ways of being beyond the perpetuating inequalities of the technosphere: Textual artistic intervention as a vital strategy in enabling resistant agency or, Embodying a practice of radical care.
Anna Adahl: SimCrowds: The Aesthetics and Politics of Digitised and Simulated Crowds.
Carol Mancke: Appearing in Public: The affordances of hopeless spaces.
Helen Slater Stokes: Exploring the optical perception of image within glass.
Imogen Woodberry: Utopia and Control: the Application of Cybernetic Theory in British Art and Design in the Post War Era.
Laura Grace Ford: Threshold Cartographies – the Poetics of Contested Space.
Marianne Mulvey: A critical examination of the ‘Public Programme’ within contemporary art institutions.
Mark Selby: Machines at Play: The Attraction of Automation.
Stephanie Seungmin Kim: Arts and Politics: Art for Art’s Sake versus Art for Life.
Svetlana Burkhardt: A Post-Socialist Tandem: The Role of Artists, Patrons, Collectors, Critics and Curators in Creation and Commodification of Russian and Chinese Art from 1970 until today.