Research Output per year
Naomi Salaman is an artist, curator and lecturer. Her work investigates art practice, pedagogy and cultural institutions using historical, critical and feminist perspectives. She has a doctorate in Visual Arts Practice, on the history of art theory in the art school from Goldsmiths College, supervised by Victor Burgin. She is currently working on an archive and publication project on the history of the Fine Art Critical Practice course, and is developing SWEETSHOP an artist run window gallery in Lewes, where she lives.
Contemporary art and labour
Contemprorary art and social movements
Contemporary art and feminist perspectives
The history of vision
The Art School; art education; art theory.
External Examiner, Middlesex University2014 → 2018
Research output: Book/Report › Book - edited
Excavating contemporary art education: tracing the history of Fine Art Critical Practice at BrightonBreakell, S. & Salaman, N., Apr 2019
Research output: Non-textual output › Exhibition
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding with ISSN or ISBN › Chapter
Activities per year
Annebella Pollen (Member of programme committee), Lara Perry (Member of programme committee), Louise Purbrick (Member of programme committee), Claire Wintle (Member of programme committee), Naomi Salaman (Member of programme committee), Matthew Cornford (Member of programme committee) & Jeremy Aynsley (Member of programme committee)
Activity: Events › Conference
Activity: External talk or presentation › Invited talk