Alexander R. Bigman is a doctoral candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. His research focuses on minimalism, conceptual art and their successors as sites of interdisciplinary encounter and exchange, particularly with the theories and practices of architecture and photography. He earned his Bachelor of Arts at the University of California at Berkeley, where he concentrated in cognitive linguistics. John Bonehill lectures in the History of Art at the University of Glasgow. His research addresses various aspects of the art and culture of the long eighteenth century, and his publications include Paul Sandby: Picturing Britain (co-edited with Stephen Daniels) and William Hodges (1747-1797): The Art of Exploration (co-edited with Geoff Quilley). His current research focuses on estate portraiture and the landscape arts in Britain, c.1640-1820s. Amy Charlesworth is Lecturer in Art History at The Open University. Her research centres on the relation between feminism, realism, and lens-based me- dia in the Modern and Contemporary periods. She has a particular interest in the film and video essay and its interlaced history with documentary practices through a post-colonial lens. She is currently working on video artist and writer, Christine Tamblyn. Recent writing has appeared in The Oxford
Oxford Art Journal – Oxford University Press
Published: Aug 1, 2017
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