library

Books


cover-for-webEye See Trinity:
Trinity College Artist-in-Residence 2014-15

A catalogue of over 30 artworks, interventions, and installations produced during the residency. Contributors include Principal Revd Dr Emma Ineson and faculty members Revd Dr Howard Worsley and Revd Dr Knut Heim.
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Bristol Through the Lens book
Bristol Through the Lens: An Exhibition and an Essay
Second edition (2011) of the complete series, critically situated within a tradition of alternative photographic practices that consider the Bristol landscape from innovative perspectives.
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The Imagetext book
The Imagetext: Relations Between the Visual and the Verbal in Painting and Photography
MA research (published 2011) examining W. J. T. Mitchell’s concept of the imagetext as it relates to two works by Rene Magritte and Marshall McLuhan.
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Articles


Copying Christ: What Artists Do with Visual Traditions and Why it Matters, introduction to the exhibition ’40 Days 40 Artists’ at St Michael’s Church, Discoed, Powys. Published in Charles MacCarthy (ed.), 40 Days 40 Artists (Discoed: The Friends of St Michael’s Church, 2017), pp.7-11.

Veni Emmanuel: Trying to Let Light In, review of Jane Lee’s photographic work as Artist-in-Residence at St Michael and All Angels, Bedminster, Bristol. Published in Jane Lee (ed.), The Creative Year: The View From Here (Bristol: Tangent Books, 2015), p.40.

Still Small Voice: British Biblical Art in a Secular Age, reviewing the exhibition at The Wilson, Art and Christianity, No. 82, Summer 2015, p.8.

RA Service for Artists, reporting on the liturgical aspect of the Summer Exhibition’s annual service, Art and Christianity, No. 79, Autumn 2014, p.17.

Into the Light, reviewing 3 photography exhibitions in London: Ansel Adams (National Maritime Museum), Light From the Middle East (V&A), and Seduced by Art (National Gallery). Art and Christianity, No. 73, Spring 2013, pp.2-5.

Mapping Faith in Art Works for Schools, reviewing Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva and Michael Pinsky in two Bristol Catholic schools, Art and Christianity, No. 70, Summer 2012, p.16.

Re. Intellectual Bankruptcy: Response to Jon Bowen, defending degree-level art education, AN Magazine, June 2010, p.4.