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Sarah Smith

  • Head of Fine Art Critical Studies
  • Fine Art-Fine Art Context & Theory
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The Art of Drawn Movements: Animation Films by GSA Alumni

Smith, Sarah (2014) The Art of Drawn Movements: Animation Films by GSA Alumni. [Show/Exhibition]

Cinema in the Gallery: The Movies in Artists’ Film and Video

Smith, Sarah (2018) Cinema in the Gallery: The Movies in Artists’ Film and Video. I B Tauris, London.

Invited Speaker: Five Propositions: Towards a Scottish Collection of Artists’ Moving Image

Smith, Sarah (2017) Invited Speaker: Five Propositions: Towards a Scottish Collection of Artists’ Moving Image. In: Five Propositions: Towards a Scottish Collection of Artists' Moving Image’, 13th January 2017, LUX Scotland, CCA Glasgow.

Norman McLaren: The Student Films (1933-36)

Smith, Sarah (2014) Norman McLaren: The Student Films (1933-36). The Glasgow School of Art, 3 May 2014 [Show/Exhibition]

Posing as Art: The Ambiguities of Feminist Body Art and the Misclassification of Natacha Merritt’s Pornographic Photographs

Smith, Sarah (2017) Posing as Art: The Ambiguities of Feminist Body Art and the Misclassification of Natacha Merritt’s Pornographic Photographs. Feminist Media Studies, 17 (5). pp. 774-789. ISSN 1468-0777

Post-Feminism’s Confessional Mode as Discursive Decoy: The Misclassification of Natasha Merritt

Smith, Sarah (2015) Post-Feminism’s Confessional Mode as Discursive Decoy: The Misclassification of Natasha Merritt. In: Console-ing Passions: International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media and Feminism, 18-20 Jun 2015, Dublin, Ireland.

Slurs, Stutters and Screams: Articulations of Hollywood’s Unconscious in Artists’ Films

Smith, Sarah (2014) Slurs, Stutters and Screams: Articulations of Hollywood’s Unconscious in Artists’ Films. In: College Art Association 102nd Annual Conference, 12-15 Feb 2014, Chicago, IL, United States.

The Art of Maximal Ventriloquy: Femininity as Labour in the Films of Rachel MacLean

Smith, Sarah and Neely, Sarah (2016) The Art of Maximal Ventriloquy: Femininity as Labour in the Films of Rachel MacLean. In: British Women Experimental Filmmakers. I.B. Tauris, London.

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