Staff in the Department of Visual Cultures
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Dr Alice Andrews
Alice considers the representations of biology and illness in various visual, literary and scientific narratives.
Professor Jorella Andrews
Trained in fine art and art theory, Jorella’s work focuses on philosophical inquiry, the image-world, and art practice
Dr Bridget Crone
Bridget worked in political philosophy, contemporary performance and moving image practices. She passed away in January.
Dr Sarah Charalambides
Sarah's research engages conceptual reconfigurations of the precarious in art and visual culture.
Dr Jenny Doussan
Jenny is interested in the convergence and experience of language and image in art, media and politics.
Kodwo specialises in art and critical theory, referencing post-war liberation movements and contemporary musicality.
Dr. Janna Graham
Janna is a practice-based researcher, operating between curatorial practice and experimental education and research.
Dr S Ayesha Hameed
Ayesha explores contemporary borders and migration, critical race theory, and visual cultures of the Black Atlantic.
Dr. Adnan Madani
Adnan is interested in philosophies of globalisation, religious/secular life and intercultural encounter.
Dr Jean-Paul Martinon
Jean-Paul teaches curatorial theory and continental philosophy and is currently writing on curating and ethics.
Dr Sam McAuliffe
Sam’s research is in modern European philosophy and critical theory, with an emphasis on art and aesthetics.
Dr Helge Mooshammer
Helge focusses on the entanglement of artistic and spatial practices across social, political and economic landscapes.
Dr Louis Moreno
Louis explores the spatial relationships and political economic forces that shape forms of everyday life.
Peter has research interests in the fields of networked cultures, other markets and worlds of matter.
Professor Simon O'Sullivan
Simon is a theorist and artist working at the intersection of contemporary art practice, performance and philosophy.
Dr Anthony Faramelli is a psychosocial researcher and practitioner
Manca is a researcher, and artist whose interdisciplinary work is situated in the realm of socio-politics. She currently
Dr Manuel Ramos
Manuel’s work engages with the interrelation between the political and the image/sound pair.
Dr Wood Roberdeau
Wood’s ongoing work concentrates on art theory and practice that addresses ecological and environmental concerns.
Professor Irit Rogoff
Irit champions work from outside of traditional disciplines in the search for new understandings of the present.
Dr Emily Rosamond
Emily’s research explores the implications of financialization and metrification for online identity and selfhood.
Dr Ghalya Saadawi
Astrid focusses on the relationship of culture to memory, between the act of bearing witness and the act of making art.
Dr Susan Schuppli
Susan uses media artefacts in her investigative processes to explore contemporary conflict and state violence.
Dr Lynn Turner
Lynn explores how animal and sexual differences matter in visual and aural culture.
Professor Eyal Weizman
In his research, Eyal forensically examines human rights violations using architectural, visual and aural techniques.
Dr Nicole Wolf
Nicole’s current research interests derive from anthropology, film studies, politics and postcolonial theory.
Dr Lenka Vráblíková
Lenka works in the field of feminist visual ethnomycology
Dr. Yaiza Hernández Velázquez
Dr. Yaiza Hernández Velázquez’s research focuses on art institutions, archives and tourism.
Dr Ifor Duncan
Ifor focuses on the spatial and cultural implications of devastated of watery ecosystems.
Tomas Percival is an artist and researcher. His projects critically investigate the intersections of space and security,
Dr Jon K Shaw