See also the Reflective Writing Post for writing and thoughts and the Research page 

‘If you are in difficulties with a book, try the element of surprise – attack it at an hour when it isn’t expecting it.’  H. G. Wells


January 2015

Methods and Theories of Art History by Anne D’Alleva, publisher – Laurence King Publishing, London 2012

The Body in Contemporary Art by Sally o’Reilly, publisher – Thames & Hudson world of art, London 2009

The Artist’s Body edited by Tracy Warr, publisher Phaidon, London & New York, revised and updated 2012


September 2014

Towards a Philosophy of Photography by Vilem Flusser, publisher – Reaktion Books, London, 2000, 2005, 2006 .

Touching Feeling  Affect, Pedagogy, Performativity by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, publisher – Duke University Press, Durham & London, 2003

Theory of Colours  by  Goethe published by Cass & Company  London 1967

Interaction of Colour Revised & Expanded Edition, Josef Albers, publisher, Yale University Press, New Haven & London,  2006

Daniel Turner, Inside the White Cube, catalogue, White Cube, London, 2012

Fifty Key Contemporary Thinkers, from structuraliam to post-humanism, second edition, John Lechte, published by Routledge, London & new York, 2008

Kazuo Shiraga, paintings and watercolours, Annely Juda Fine Art, catalogue, London, 2001 & 2007

Matthew Barney, Drawing Restraint 1 1987-2002, catalogue, San Franciso Museum of Modern Art, San Franciso, USA & South Korea & Japan, 2005

Matthew Barney, Drawing Restraint 2, same publishing details as above

Richard Serra, Torqued Spirals Toruses & Spheres, Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2001

Film Editing, the art of the expressive, Valerie Orpen, A Wallflower Paperback, London, 2003

Eva Hesse, studio work, Fiona Bradley editor, published by The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 2009

Rachel Whiteread Drawings, catalogue, published by Hammer Museum & Delmonico Books an imprint of Prestel, California & London, 2010

Body Space Images, Miranda Tufnell Chris Crickmay, published by Dance Books Ltd, London, 1993

October 2014 Reading

‘Phenomenology a Reader,’







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