Dr Chris Horrocks, The Joy of Sets: A Short History of the Television (Reaktion 2017) focuses on the TV set's contradictory presence both as a material object and as a receiver of images.
Dr. Jonathan Black, Winston Churchill in British art, 1900 to the Present Day: the Titan with many faces (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017). The changing image of Churchill in visual art, from cartoons and paintings to photographs and sculptures. A critical reflection on how and why Churchill's image developed and the extent to which Churchill was complicit in its production.
Dr Natasha Adamou, research outcome of Henry Moore Fellowship at The British School of Rome, ‘Shade Between Rings of Air: replication of architecture as sculpture: Carlo Scarpa/Gabriel Orozco', Sculpture Journal, 25(3), 2016, pp. 401-419.
Professor Stephen Barber, Pierre Guyotat: revolutions and aberrations, (London, U.K.: Vauxhall & Company, 2016). Based on dialogues with Guyotat over a period of twenty years, this is the first book in English on his work.
Cross-disciplinary research projects include: