Find out more about the students currently conducting research at Norwich University of the Arts.
Current Research Students
Examples of Completed Research Degrees
The archive as a space for dubious, disputed and subverted narrative: employing the illustrative turn in order to reestablish identities for fairground women
Screen/Space: A critical re-appraisal and re-alignment of the viewing screen by means of an experimental body of fine art practice centered on viewer perceptual and spatial disruption.
|Dr Sam Ismail-Epps|
Artists’ Pages: The Function of the Page in Conceptual Art 1966 – 1973
Right mind-minding: The Transmission and Practice of Zen and Vajrayana Buddhist Method Practices in the poem objects of Dom Sylvester Houédard, 1960-1975
|Dr Katherine Hewlett|
An investigation of thinking in dyslexic creative visual artists: a socio-cultural perspective
The Classroom Art Demonstration as Pedagogical Art Practice
|Dr Sarah Horton|
Decoration: Disrupting the Workplace and Challenging the Work of Art
|Dr John Boursnell|
The unsound object and the intimate space
|Dr Catherine Dormor|
Material Matrices: Haptic, Scopic and Textile
|Dr Mary MacMaster|
Growing Old for Real: Women, image and identity
|Dr Joanna Sperryn-Jones|
Breaking as making: In what ways can making sculpture contribute to understanding experiences and perceptions of breaking?
|Dr Jodie Wick|
The Infrastructure of the Animation Industry in the East of England between 2009 & 2011
|Dr Mark Wilsher|
Negotiation Theory and the Critique of Dialogue in Dialogical and Relational Ar
|Dr Maxine Bristow|
Pragmatics of attachment and detachment: medium (un)specificity as material agency in contemporary art
Subject to student’s agreement, an electronic version of final theses will be placed on the University repository and the British Library e-thesis online service EThOS through which it will be readily available online for public access.