My current research project, ‘Negotiating Modernism: experimental/expanded practice in the rural North, 1945-1980’ will examine how remote, rural places functioned as sites of critical enquiry and artistic experiment in postwar British art. Looking at examples of pioneering artistic practice in the Lake District, Pentland Hills and North Pennines, this project will also consider the ways in which experiences of exile and outsiderness have shaped creative encounters with place through a range of curatorial, art historical and interdisciplinary research methods.
PhD, History of Art, University of Cambridge
Kettle's Yard: anti-museum1 Sep 2014 - 1 Oct 2018
MA, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York, NY
Curatorial Studies1 Sep 2000 - 1 Jun 2002