Art Reviews & Submissions
Art reviews in contemporary art publications.
Itch Issue 1: "Letter to the Editor"
I was formerly associate editor of peer-reviewed Screen Media Practice Research journal Screenworks.
Screenworks publishes practice research that produces new knowledge in Communication, Media and Cultural Studies, Art and Design, Performing Arts and related fields.
It offers a forum for the dissemination and discussion of practice research that includes space for reflection on research contexts.
Work is published alongside a research statement, which offers a ‘route map’ of the research process, together with two anonymous reviews, which provide critical feedback on both the work itself and its research context.
University of Amsterdam, 2015
The Genre Mask: Rhetorical Style and Audience Activation in the Investigation Film
Recipient of the ASCA Finishing Fellowship
"Whose Strife is it Anyway? The Erosion of Agency in the Cinematic Production of Kitchen Sink Realism"
The Philosophy of Documentary Film,
David La Rocca (ed.), 2017 (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books)
"Opening the Paratext: The Hitchcock Trailer as Assertion of Authorship." BAFTSS Open Screens Journal, December 2018.
“The Story is Obvious. You Supply the Subtext: The Art Event as Installation”, Journal of Visual Culture, Vrije University, Amsterdam, July 2012
“Playing in Threes: Montage and memory in the films of Harun Farocki and Alexander Kluge”, January 2012
“The Vertical Grave: Social Realism and Suburban Nightmare in Jack Clayton’s The Innocents” (2011), MA dissertation, Leiden, Netherlands
“Immersion and Reciprocity: Art Experience as Live Space”, co-researcher, Michelle Williams Gamaker, Goldsmiths College, 2012
“The Story is Obvious. You Supply the Subtext: The Art Event as Installation”, de Appel, Amsterdam
“Playing in Threes: Montage and Memory in the Films of Harun Farocki and Alexander Kluge, Hamers, J. (ed), 2011
“Take Me To Your Cinema: Michael Powell's Peeping Tom (1960) in reference to Nick Browne’s ‘The-Spectator-in-the-Text’”, Verstraten, P. (ed), 2011
Papers and Presentations
“The Suburban Nightmare: genre as audience activation”, South London Gallery, London, June 8, 2023.
"Whatever Happened to the New York Film? Urban Regeneration as Aesthetic Cleansing", IAFOR Conference on Heritage and the City, 7 Nov 2018