Staff in the Department of Art
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Humorously anarchic stories about disrupting social norms and power structures, often as performance/video/animation
Becky's work has been featured in solo exhibitions in London, Milan, New York, Lisbon and Antwerp.
Simon’s work has generally been characterised by a sprawling, mouthy, sensuous version of institutional critique.
As an artist, Bonnie has featured in solo exhibitions at the Tate Britain, Cabinet and the Chisenhale Gallery in London.
Dr Claire Makhlouf Carter
Carter has performed in a range of sites from art openings, cross-channel ferries, seminars, conferences and a welding tent in a chili festival.
Dr John Chilver
John artwork and writing coalesce around problems of agency, leading him to philosophies of the event and 'the new'.
Lucy is an artist working primarily in video. Her practice examines the embodied experience of language, in particular m
Dr Anna Colin
Curator, educator and researcher engaged with critical pedagogy, social and ecological practice, and horticulture.
Marion is an artist and writer, working with found objects, digital video, film, drawing, sound, text and photography.
Alison collaboratively researches how global communications networks transform the way we understand the world.
Dr Nina Danino
Dr Nina Danino is an artist and filmmaker, making films centred on self-inscription, the feminine and the subjective voice.
Paul B. Davis
Paul utilises outdated or obsolete computer technologies to perform specialist interventions in the digital art medium.
Dr Sonya Dyer
Sonya's work and research reimagines where the centre is located in fictional narratives of the future.
Dr Ros Gray
Ros's engagement with art, ecology and climate justice involves collaborations with artists, scientists and activists.
Chris’ practice as a curator and artist is grounded in the core structure and strategies of the gallery.
Dr Isobel Harbison
Dr Isobel Harbison is an art historian and critic researching the histories and politics of performance and moving image
Andy’s work has been featured at the Newlyn Art Gallery in Cornwall, Danese in New York, Morgen Contemporary in Berlin.
Ian teaches in fields of contemporary art, from gender and generational theory to art history and social history.
Professor Stephen Johnstone
Stephen’s work is concerned with the relationship between pre-cinematic spectacle, immersive space and abstract film.
Alison paintings are figurative physical and gestural, and are imbued with questions of feminism and criticality.
Dr Susan Kelly
Susan is a writer, artist, organiser and educator, who researches the relationships between art and micropolitics.
Janice works with a range of material including print, type, audio recording and, more recently, light.
Richard’s practice incorporates painting, digital and analogue printmaking, coupled with architectural intervention.
Phillip works with objects and sculpture, exhibiting in London, Glasgow, Turin, Berlin and Hong Kong.
David Mabb is an artist.
Dr Suhail Malik
Suhail’s research is on the theme of invention in contemporary European philosophy and critical theory.
Simon’s work reflects on material culture, with an interest in how we understand ourselves through social structures.
Bod’s recent group exhibitions include shows at MOT International and Victoria Miro Gallery in London.
Dr Sadie Murdoch
Sadie deploys chromatic anomalies and unstable readings to provide an insight into notions of ‘otherness’.
Professor Michael Newman
Michael is Professor of art writing and has curated exhibitions in Toronto, New York, Edinburgh and London.
Professor Richard Noble
Richard interests are the critical evaluation of contemporary art production and the interrelation of art and politics.
Dr Joseph Noonan-Ganley
Joseph works across moving image, sculpture, performance and text to explore how identity is collaboratively made.
Kirsty is Curator at the Whitechapel Gallery, where she has worked on a number of exhibitions and related publications.
Saskia Olde Wolbers
Saskia is a filmmaker using fictional biographies to explore themes of anecdotal science and ecological neuroses.
Installation and sculpture is the focus of Jacqueline's work, which investigates negotiations of space.
Gail’s work is primarily time-based, including moving image, performance and text.
Dr Nuria Querol
Writer and occasional curator, researching global collaborations and contemporary art in Asia.
Helena is a curator and researcher with international experience developing curatorial and critical research projects.
Professor Andrew Renton
Andrew works as a writer and curator, interested in the languages that might be possible in response to the work of art.
Rachel Reupke is an artist and filmmaker.
Dr Audrey Samson
Audrey Samson is Head of the Digital Arts Computing BSc and a lecturer in Fine Arts (Critical Studies) in the Art Department at Goldsmiths.
Dr Edgar Schmitz
Edgar is an artist and lecturer in critical studies at Goldsmiths, he has also written extensively on contemporary art.
Grace’s recent solo exhibitions took place at the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver and Site Gallery in Sheffield.
Lindsay's work takes the form of performances, which narrate the histories of her strange transformations.
Sophie Seita works with language as a material across performance, video, sound, textiles, books, and installations.
Ben’s principle areas of research are the relationship between urban regeneration, gentrification and culture.
Dr Simon Sheikh
Simon researches the modalities and potentialities of curating, relating to exhibition-making and political imaginaries.
Kate Smith's work has been featured in solo exhibitions at Matts Gallery and MOCO in London.
Jemima's recent solo exhibitions have been in London, Milan, Lisbon and Vienna.
Milly uses wall-sculpture/painting, print, text and performance to imagine the relation between commodity and pleasure.
Jol's practice engages more-than-human worlds, critical comparative eco-cosmology, and quantum meta/physics.
Dr Becca Voelcker
Global political cinemas; ecofeminism; colonial-capital-climate entanglements; Japan; diasporas; land.
Nina’s focus is on art and visual sociology, including methodologies and practice based research.
Bernard is an artist whose practice has evolved through a continuous play with words, still and moving images.
Roxy’s wall paintings are simple geometric shapes whose forms/lines/edges are extrapolated from architectural oddities.
Annie works with pictorial devices to allow for a humorous exchange between the quotidian and the miraculous.
Laura focusses on interactions with materials and objects, exploring ideas of value, profile, association, and meaning.
Michelle Williams Gamaker
Michelle Williams Gamaker is a moving image and performance artist based in London.
Dr Gilda Williams
Gilda is interested in the collective process among artists, curators, writers, academics, collectors, and museums.
Rehana is an artist and filmmaker