Research Papers


There are currently four issues of [E]ditions on Tate Online, which contain working papers and some of the earlier fieldwork material. The remaining two issues will be published in 2010.. The project took the decision to establish a work-in-progress publication at the outset of the project as a means of rehearsing the research questions. For the research team the published papers were dialogic in character and supported the critical task of developing the practical methodologies and analytically framing the fieldwork material. The issues also provided a focus for the publication of co-researchers documentation.

Conference Papers and Presentations
Since the start of the project in April 2007, the research investigators have given a number of presentations and papers on key dimensions of the project in various relevant contexts.  A full list of events is given below:

  • ‘Tate Encounters’, Strategic Partnerships and Impact in the Arts and Humanities Conference, Leeds University, 22 & 23 September 2009 (Andrew Dewdney and Victoria Walsh) click here to download PDF.
  • ‘Migration in artists’ work’, Professor Irit Rogoff (Goldsmiths College) in conversation with Dr David Dibosa (Chelsea College of Art), iniva, 18 June 2009
  • ‘Teaching and Research as Media Production’, Challenge of New Media: Teaching and Learning in the New Media Ecology, Watershed Arts Centre, Bristol, Friday 12 December 2008 (Andrew Dewdney) See
  • ‘Technologies of Seeing: Painting, Photography and the Art Museum’, Photography, Archive and Memory, Roehampton University, Friday 5th June 2009 (Andrew Dewdney)
  • ‘Into Transmission: Tate Encounters and new approaches to Museum Practices’, Zurich, April 2009 (David Dibosa)
  • ‘Emergent Findings: Contexts, Framework and Methods’, AHRC – Diasporas, Migration, Identities Programme, Leeds, 19-21 November 2008 (Full team)
  • ‘Black History Month Presents Tate Encounters’, Presentation to cultural sector for Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 27 October 2008 (Andrew Dewdney, David Dibosa, Mike Phillips)
  • ‘Tate Encounters’, The Impact of LSBU Research on London and Londoners’, London South Bank University, 18 June 2008 (Andrew Dewdney, Victoria Walsh)
  • ‘Issues of Cultural Democracy and Democratising Research Practices’, Democratisation of the Research Process,  SPUR jointly sponsored with InHolland University,  17 September 2007