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Dr Annalisa Sonzogni

Visiting Lecturer and Tutor

About

I am a visual artist who work with photography and film in the field of architecture with a specific interest in site-specific installation. I received a Master degree in Photography from the Royal College of Art in 2008 and completed a practice-based PhD in 2016 at Kingston University.

I am a visiting lecturer and tutor at Kingston University, sessional tutor at the University for the Creative Arts in Epsom and visiting lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. I was an artist-in-residence at T.A.J & SKE Projects in Bangalore (2016); Gasworks in London (2007) and École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie in Arles (1999).

My work has been exhibited internationally in UK, Italy, Finland, Czech Republic, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Germany, Mexico and India. Selected solo exhibitions include; Siempre reversible (ICI, Mexico City, 2017 commissioned by the Italian Cultural Institute), Identikit II (Lilian Baylis School, London, 2015), Passeggeri (Casa del Fascio, designed by Giuseppe Terragni, Como, Italy, 2010). My work is in collections such as Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy; Royal College of Art, London, UK; Galleria Civica di Modena, Italy; Centre for Visual Arts 'Pescheria', Pesaro, Italy.

Areas of specialism

  • Fine Art Photography
  • Experimental Film
  • Contemporary Art
  • Modernist Architecture
  • Site-specific installation

Qualifications

  • 2017 PG Certificate in Teaching and Learning in HE, Kingston University, on-going
  • 2016 PhD, Kingston University
  • 2008 MA Photography, RCA
  • 1998 BA (Hons), Brera Academy, Milan, Italy

Professional membership

I am a member of Ph: The Photography Research Network since 2012.

Research

My research explores the importance of photography as spatial representation and re-assess ways in which visual information relates to real experience. Using an experimental approach, I examine the mechanisms of site-specific installation in photography, drawing on contemporary architectural debates around relationships between image and space, as well as debates in fine art. 

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