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Visual Culture and Curating research cluster

Visual Culture and Curating research develops from the history of visual culture at Middlesex as an interdisciplinary inquiry into the significance of the visual in all aspects of social and cultural life, previously associated with the journal Block and related publications. Academic staff in the Visual Culture and Curating Research Cluster form an influential group confirming MU's foundational contribution to visual culture and methodologies of radical critique. Between them they contribute, inter alia, radical, Marxist, feminist, gay/queer analysis, with curating as a pervasive element. Members also make major contributions to other clusters; and researchers in other clusters engage with the work in visual culture.

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