The Artist Researcher Podcast

The Artist Researcher Podcast

In this podcast series Sophie Hope interviews artists who have completed practice-based/led PhDs, finds out why they embarked on a PhD in the first place, what the experience was like and what they’ve gone on to do since.

Episode 1: Neither fish nor foul
Anne Douglas on her PhD ‘
Structure and improvisation : the making aspect of sculpture‘ completed in 1992 from Sunderland Polytechnic.

Episode 2: My mother’s loft
Cara Davies on her PhD ‘Activating archives : interrogating the integration of archival theory in creative and curatorial strategies for performance art‘ completed in 2017 from University of Bristol.

Coming soon!

Episode 3:
Becky Shaw on her PhD ‘Sculpture : a vital occupation : a study of sculpture as a significant occupation, as opposed to a pastime, for people with cancer‘ completed  in 1998 from Liverpool John Moores University.

Episode 4:
Lucy Lyons on her PhD ‘Delineating disease : a system for investigating Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva‘ completed in 2009 from Sheffield Hallam.

Episode 5:
Laura Bridgeman on her PhD ‘The Rogue Element, the novel as process‘ completed in 2009 from University of East Anglia.




Music intro and outro credit: Between Worlds (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2017 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: (Smiling Cynic)