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A Beautiful Living Thing

Birrell, Ross (2017) A Beautiful Living Thing. Performance Research, 22 (1). pp. 115-119. ISSN 1352-8165

Criollo

Birrell, Ross (2017) Criollo. Neu Neu Galerie, Kassel, 10 Jun - 17 Sep 2017 [Show/Exhibition]

The Transit of Hermes (d14)

Birrell, Ross (2017) The Transit of Hermes (d14). Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, 9 Apr - 10 Jul 2017 [Show/Exhibition]

What is it to read?

Birrell, Ross (2017) What is it to read? In: The documenta 14 Reader. Prestel, Kassel, pp. 299-320. ISBN 978-3-7913-5657-0

A Beautiful Living Thing [Part 2]: Improvisation #1

Birrell, Ross, Crotch, Joanna, Watt, Hugh and MacDonald, Raymond (2017) A Beautiful Living Thing [Part 2]: Improvisation #1. [Video]

Symphony of Sorrowful Songs

Birrell, Ross and Harding, David (2017) Symphony of Sorrowful Songs. [Performance]

Fugue

Birrell, Ross and Moraly, Ali (2017) Fugue. [Performance]

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Electric Eye

Clements, Neil (2017) Electric Eye. Hunterian Art Gallery, 7th April - 8th October 2017 [Show/Exhibition]

The Ivory Tower and the Control Tower: Formalist Aesthetics and Cultural Affiliations in British Abstract Art, 1956-1968

Clements, Neil (2017) The Ivory Tower and the Control Tower: Formalist Aesthetics and Cultural Affiliations in British Abstract Art, 1956-1968. PhD thesis, The Glasgow School of Art.

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Feminist Art/Writing: Genealogies, Subjectivities, and Critique

Edbrook, Laura (2017) Feminist Art/Writing: Genealogies, Subjectivities, and Critique. In: From Where I Stand: Feminist Art/Writing: Genealogies, Subjectivities, and Critique, 20 April 2017, University of Lüneburg, Germany.

‘Never recant, never apologise, never explain’: Chris Kraus in conversation with Laura Edbrook

Edbrook, Laura (2017) ‘Never recant, never apologise, never explain’: Chris Kraus in conversation with Laura Edbrook. MAP Magazine.

You’re the least important person in the room and don’t forget it: The Intimate Relations of Subjectivity, Analysis, Deviant Thought and the Illegitimate Everyday

Edbrook, Laura (2017) You’re the least important person in the room and don’t forget it: The Intimate Relations of Subjectivity, Analysis, Deviant Thought and the Illegitimate Everyday. In: College Art Association (CAA) 105th Annual Conference, 15-18 Feb 2017, New York, NY, USA.

‘You’re the least important person in the room and don’t forget it’: The intimate relations of subjectivity and the illegitimate everyday

Edbrook, Laura (2017) ‘You’re the least important person in the room and don’t forget it’: The intimate relations of subjectivity and the illegitimate everyday. Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 10 (1). pp. 123-136. ISSN 1753-5190

A little hungry, a little thirsty: Contemporary Art, Writing, Form and Practice (Session Co-convenor)

Edbrook, Laura, Thomson, Amanda, Reeder, Elizabeth and Thompson, Susannah (2017) A little hungry, a little thirsty: Contemporary Art, Writing, Form and Practice (Session Co-convenor). In: College Art Association (CAA) 105th Annual Conference, 15-18 Feb 2017, New York, NY, USA.

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Backwards Glances at Lesbian Photography

Guy, Laura (2017) Backwards Glances at Lesbian Photography. Photoworks Annual, 24.

I Want a Dyke for President: Sounding out Zoe Leonard’s Manifesto for Art History’s Feminist Futures

Guy, Laura (2017) I Want a Dyke for President: Sounding out Zoe Leonard’s Manifesto for Art History’s Feminist Futures. In: Feminism and Art History Now: Radical Critiques of Theory and Practice. I. B. Tauris, London, pp. 41-62. ISBN 9781784533250

Sex Wars, Revisited

Guy, Laura (2017) Sex Wars, Revisited. Aperture, 225. pp. 54-59.

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Anthropology and Art: An Interdisciplinary Practice

Hodson, Elizabeth (2017) Anthropology and Art: An Interdisciplinary Practice. In: Anthropology and Art: An Interdisciplinary Practice, 14 May 2017, Stroud Valleys Artspace, England.

Drawing and Anthropology

Hodson, Elizabeth (2017) Drawing and Anthropology. In: Drawing Matters Symposium, 14 July 2017, York St John University.

Knowing From the Inside: The Unfinishing of Things

Hodson, Elizabeth (2017) Knowing From the Inside: The Unfinishing of Things. University of Aberdeen, May - November 2017 [Show/Exhibition]

The Painter’s Discipline: Aesthetics and Form in Scottish Painting

Hodson, Elizabeth (2017) The Painter’s Discipline: Aesthetics and Form in Scottish Painting. In: Research Seminar for Material, Visual, and Digital Culture, 20 March 2017, UCL, London.

Prisms of the Abstract: Material Relations in Icelandic Art

Hodson, Elizabeth (2017) Prisms of the Abstract: Material Relations in Icelandic Art. Journal of Material Culture, 22 (1). pp. 72-92. ISSN 1359-1835

Crackle Glaze

Hodson, Elizabeth A. (2017) Crackle Glaze. In: An Unfinished Compendium of Materials. University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, pp. 51-53. ISBN 978-1-85752-060-6

Drawing's Alterity

Hodson, Elizabeth A. (2017) Drawing's Alterity. In: Collective and Collaborative Drawing in Contemporary Practice: Drawing Conversations. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge. ISBN 9781527503472

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Freda Bedi: Beyond the Mud Walls

Paul, Nalini and McCaffrey, Richie (2017) Freda Bedi: Beyond the Mud Walls. Versopolis.

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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.

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

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