Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms - 2 July 2018, Middlesex University

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Deepwell, K., Kokoli, A., Robinson, A., Mullaniff, K., Dick, E., Attwood, F., Leeson, L. and Maude-Roxby, A. 2018. Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms - 2 July 2018, Middlesex University. Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms. Middlesex University, London, UK 02 Jul 2018 Middlesex University. https://doi.org/10.22023/mdx.6716054.v1
TitleFeminist Art Activisms and Artivisms - 2 July 2018, Middlesex University
AuthorsDeepwell, K., Kokoli, A., Robinson, A., Mullaniff, K., Dick, E., Attwood, F., Leeson, L. and Maude-Roxby, A.
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This event was organised by Katy Deepwell for the Create/Feminisms research cluster in the Visual Arts Department, Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, Middlesex University.

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Deepwell, K. and Milevska, S. 2015. Feminist critique: open and critical enquiry: a conversation between Katy Deepwell and Suzana Milevska. in: Lijster, T., Milevska, S., Gielen, P. and Sonderegger, R. (ed.) Spaces for Criticism: Shifts in Contemporary Art Discourses Amsterdam Valiz. pp. 171-192
Feminist collaborative projects in the UK in the 1970s'
Deepwell, K. 2018. Feminist collaborative projects in the UK in the 1970s'. in: Jakubowska, A. and Deepwell, K. (ed.) All-Women art spaces in Europe in the Long 1970s Liverpool Liverpool University Press.
‘Thinking/acting with tactics of displacement’
Deepwell, K. 2015. ‘Thinking/acting with tactics of displacement’. in: Alonso, S. and Marful, I. (ed.) RE-ACTION, una ginología artística contra el canon Spain, Asturia Sala LAUDEO, Universidad de Oviedo. pp. 31-36
Unpicking the Canon: Making (it), unmaking, and making do in textiles informed by feminism
Kokoli, A. 2017. Unpicking the Canon: Making (it), unmaking, and making do in textiles informed by feminism. A Feminist Space at Leeds: Looking Back to Think Forward. Leeds University 16 - 17 Dec 2017
Read my QR: Quilla Constance and the conceptualist promise of intelligibility
Kokoli, A. 2017. Read my QR: Quilla Constance and the conceptualist promise of intelligibility. Aikens, N., lok, s. and Orlando, S. (ed.) Conceptualism: Intersectional Readings, International Framings, Black Artists and Modernism (BAM) Conference. Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands 07 - 09 Dec 2017 Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. pp. 36-53
Do textiles think?
Kokoli, A. 2017. Do textiles think? in: Kyprianidou, E. (ed.) Weaving Culture in Europe Nisos. pp. 99-102
Free Lunch with the Stench Wench: towards a synaesthetics of poverty and shame in Catherine Hoffmann’s performance
Kokoli, A. 2018. Free Lunch with the Stench Wench: towards a synaesthetics of poverty and shame in Catherine Hoffmann’s performance. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy. 33 (3), pp. 485-499. https://doi.org/10.1111/hypa.12399
Cultural democracy
Jacques, J., Leeson, L., Wainwright, H. and Mahamdallie, H. 2017. Cultural democracy. Resonance FM - Suite (212).
For Walls with Tongues
Leeson, L. 2017. For Walls with Tongues. For Walls with Tongues. Whitechapel Gallery 01 Nov 2017
The viscosity of duration: Painterly surface and the phenomenology of time in the London paintings of Frank Auerbach
Robinson, A. 2018. The viscosity of duration: Painterly surface and the phenomenology of time in the London paintings of Frank Auerbach. Journal of Contemporary Painting. 4 (1), pp. 199-217. https://doi.org/10.1386/jcp.4.1.199_1
Confluence: Public Art and the Thames / A Conversation with Six Artists
Leeson, L. 2017. Confluence: Public Art and the Thames / A Conversation with Six Artists. Totally Thames Festival. Thames Tunnel Shaft, Brunel Museum 11 Sep 2017
The Unlimited Edition Live!
Leeson, L. 2017. The Unlimited Edition Live! London Festival of Architecture 2017. Underdog Gallery, London 07 Jun 2017
Places in Flux and the Place for Art
Leeson, L. 2017. Places in Flux and the Place for Art. Places in Flux and the Place for Art. V&A Lansbury Micro Museum, London 29 Apr 2017
Active energy: Three Mills - project launch
Leeson, L. 2017. Active energy: Three Mills - project launch.
The Things that Make You Sick
Leeson, L. and Dunn, P. 2017. The Things that Make You Sick. ICA, London 06 May - 09 Jul 2017
The writing’s on the wall: #QC against decipherability
Kokoli, A. 2017. The writing’s on the wall: #QC against decipherability. 'Transcending the Signified', Quilla Constance Symposium. Camberwell College of Arts, UAL, London 23 Jun 2017
Leadership for sustainability: leading for equality and the future in teaching
Dick, E. and O'Loughlin, M. 2014. Leadership for sustainability: leading for equality and the future in teaching. CREATE/Feminisms Conference 2014. Middlesex University London 22 Jul 2014
The ambiguous ambivalence of feminist textiles
Kokoli, A. 2017. The ambiguous ambivalence of feminist textiles. in: Ford, S. (ed.) CUT CLOTH: Contemporary Textiles and Feminism PO Publishing. pp. 60-65
Pre-emptive mourning against the bomb: exploded domesticities in art informed by feminism and anti-nuclear activism
Kokoli, A. 2017. Pre-emptive mourning against the bomb: exploded domesticities in art informed by feminism and anti-nuclear activism. Oxford Art Journal. 40 (1), pp. 153-168. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxartj/kcx004
History or not: addressing omissions in the retelling of art's stories (roundtable discussion)
Kokoli, A., Allen, F., Boyce, S., Budd, A., Hiller, S., Hudek, A. and Sainsbury, A. 2017. History or not: addressing omissions in the retelling of art's stories (roundtable discussion). History or Not: Addressing Omissions in the Retelling of Art's Stories. Raven Row, London, United Kingdom 18 Mar 2017
Our Land: creative approaches to the redevelopment of London’s Docklands
Leeson, L. 2019. Our Land: creative approaches to the redevelopment of London’s Docklands. International Journal of Heritage Studies. 25 (4), pp. 365-379. https://doi.org/10.1080/13527258.2018.1485166
Sapphic Modernists - Re-visiting Elizabeth McCausland and Berenice Abbott’s Changing New York
Maude-Roxby, A., Seibold, S. and Goldsmiths University in conjunction with Tate Modern 2016. Sapphic Modernists - Re-visiting Elizabeth McCausland and Berenice Abbott’s Changing New York. Urban Encounters Conference. Goldsmiths University and Tate Modern 03 - 06 Nov 2016
Tate in Focus: From the Freud Museum 1991–6 by Susan Hiller
Kokoli, A. Kokoli, A. (ed.) 2017. Tate in Focus: From the Freud Museum 1991–6 by Susan Hiller. Tate Research Publication.
The Docklands Community Poster Project and other creative approaches to regeneration
Leeson, L. 2016. The Docklands Community Poster Project and other creative approaches to regeneration. Top down meets bottom up in post-industrial regeneration: Good practice and challenges in participatory approaches to community engagement in city planning. Riverside Museum, Glasgow 20 - 21 Jan 2017
Art practice and the community
Leeson, L. and Duman, A. 2018. Art practice and the community. in: Sholette, G. and Bass, C. (ed.) Art as Social Action: An Introduction to the Principles and Practices of Teaching Social Practice Art New York Allworth Press, NY.
Active Energy
Leeson, L. 2016. Active Energy. Feeding the Insatiable: a creative summit. Dartington Hall, Devon, England 09 - 11 Nov 2016
Art: Process: Change - inside a socially situated practice
Leeson, L. 2017. Art: Process: Change - inside a socially situated practice. London and New York Routledge.
Pre-emptive mourning against the bomb: the art and visual culture of feminist anti-nuclear activisms
Kokoli, A. 2016. Pre-emptive mourning against the bomb: the art and visual culture of feminist anti-nuclear activisms. Feminist Perspectives on Artistic Productions and Theories of Art, 5th edition, organised by Xabier Arakistain and Lourdes Mendez. Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao 28 - 30 Oct 2016
Angry melancholia: towards a performative politics of time in the work of Monica Ross
Kokoli, A. 2016. Angry melancholia: towards a performative politics of time in the work of Monica Ross. in: Monica Ross: Ethical Actions - A Critical Fine Art Practice Berlin Sternberg Press. pp. 22-31
'Contrast' / Skyline Project Space / Curated by Kathleen Mullaniff
Mullaniff, K. 2016. 'Contrast' / Skyline Project Space / Curated by Kathleen Mullaniff. East Sussex
'Garland' part of Showcase
Mullaniff, K. 2016. 'Garland' part of Showcase.
"Four" Kathleen Mullaniff, Eugene Palmer, Charlotte Snook. Skyline Project Space Artists working with Artists. Curated by Kathleen Mullaniff
Mullaniff, K. 2016. "Four" Kathleen Mullaniff, Eugene Palmer, Charlotte Snook. Skyline Project Space Artists working with Artists. Curated by Kathleen Mullaniff.
"Skyline" Sinéid Codd, Kathleen Mullaniff, Eugene Palmer, Charlotte Snook Kathleen Mullaniff, Senior Lecturer BA Fine Art, curates the exhibition Skyline.
Mullaniff, K. 2016. "Skyline" Sinéid Codd, Kathleen Mullaniff, Eugene Palmer, Charlotte Snook Kathleen Mullaniff, Senior Lecturer BA Fine Art, curates the exhibition Skyline. East Sussex 30 Jul - 07 Aug 2016
The art of the state
Leeson, L. 2016. The art of the state. The World Transformed. The Black-e, Liverpool 23 - 27 Sep 2016
#QC: Read My QR
Kokoli, A. 2016. #QC: Read My QR. Quilla Constance: #QC_Symposium. Toynbee Studios, Artsdmin, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6AB 10 Mar 2016
Big money is moving in, Docklands community poster project and posters from the east London health project
Leeson, L. and Dunn, P. 2015. Big money is moving in, Docklands community poster project and posters from the east London health project.
Bred and born - a reflection
Leeson, L. 2016. Bred and born - a reflection. Four Corners - 40 Years of Film in the East End. Whitechapel Gallery 02 Jul 2016
Feminism reframed: reflections on art and difference
Kokoli, A., Heath, J., Hemus, R., Chase, A., Roulstone, K., Behm, A., Germann, J., Grant, C., Tate, S., Lauritis, B., Pollock, G. and Swartz, A. Kokoli, A. (ed.) 2008. Feminism reframed: reflections on art and difference. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Pre-emptive mourning (or melancholia)? : the home as tomb in art informed by feminism and anti-nuclear activism
Kokoli, A. 2015. Pre-emptive mourning (or melancholia)? : the home as tomb in art informed by feminism and anti-nuclear activism. House, work, artwork: feminism and Art History's new domesticities. University of Birmingham, Birmingham. United Kingdom 03 - 04 Jul 2015
Uncanny domesticities in art informed by feminist anti-nuclear activism
Kokoli, A. 2016. Uncanny domesticities in art informed by feminist anti-nuclear activism. Artists’ Critical Interventions into Architecture and Urbanism. University of Warwick, United Kingdom 15 - 16 Jul 2016
Interview with Margaret Harrison and participation in roundtable discussion
Kokoli, A., Harrison, M., Farkas, R., Leeson, L. and Maple, S. 2016. Interview with Margaret Harrison and participation in roundtable discussion. The Practicing Feminist. Tate Britain 21 May 2016
Collaborative art activism – a UK perspective
Leeson, L. 2016. Collaborative art activism – a UK perspective. Public Exposures: the art - activism of Condé + Beveridge (1976-2016) - Symposium. OCAD University, Toronto, Canada 27 - 29 May 2016
Conceptualism/feminism/cultural activism
Leeson, L. 2016. Conceptualism/feminism/cultural activism. The Practicing Feminist. Tate Britain 21 May 2016
Cultural policy of the GLC
Leeson, L. 2015. Cultural policy of the GLC. A Greater London: the GLC story 1981-8. The Rag Factory 02 Dec 2015
Active energy - London: capital / climate / culture
Leeson, L. 2015. Active energy - London: capital / climate / culture. Deadline@Tate. Tate Modern 04 - 06 Dec 2015
Now, then, and again: between anniversary and HERitage
Kokoli, A. 2015. Now, then, and again: between anniversary and HERitage. Day + Gluckman.
The feminist uncanny in theory and art practice
Kokoli, A. 2016. The feminist uncanny in theory and art practice. London Bloomsbury Academic.
What Bear Grylls can’t do: survivalist mediascapes in austerity Britain
Kokoli, A. and Winter, A. 2015. What Bear Grylls can’t do: survivalist mediascapes in austerity Britain. In Media Res: A Media Commons Project Media Commons (http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/).
Active Energy: Three mills - hydrocitizenship open workshop
Leeson, L. 2016. Active Energy: Three mills - hydrocitizenship open workshop. Hydrocitizenship.
Community politics of the GLC (Greater London Council)
Leeson, L. 2016. Community politics of the GLC (Greater London Council). How to Do It. King's College London, UK 09 - 10 Apr 2016
Community collaborations 1978-2015
Leeson, L. 2015. Community collaborations 1978-2015. Community arts? Learning from the legacy of artists’ social initiatives. The Black-e, Liverpool, United Kingdom 01 Nov 2015
'Garland' at MYB Textiles
Mullaniff, K. and Dick, E. 2015. 'Garland' at MYB Textiles. MYB Textiles 04 Jun - 31 Jul 2015
Giving more than you take: a conversation about the ethics, responsibilities and practicalities of facilitating student participation in community-based projects: Dr. Loraine Leeson in conversation with Marianne Springham
Leeson, L. and Springham, M. 2015. Giving more than you take: a conversation about the ethics, responsibilities and practicalities of facilitating student participation in community-based projects: Dr. Loraine Leeson in conversation with Marianne Springham. in: Collins, D. (ed.) The Tetley Feast: Documentation and Critical Reflections Leeds College of Art. pp. 81-85
East London Health Project
Leeson, L. 2015. East London Health Project. Storming the Citadels?: changing attitudes and frameworks to arts practices sf research in community contexts. Birkbeck University of London, London, United Kingdom 25 Jul 2015
Criticality in the mediation of fashion
Dick, E., Gobin, K. and Thomas, P. 2015. Criticality in the mediation of fashion. Textual Fashion. University of Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom 08 - 10 Jul 2015
Narratives of women artists in/out of Vorticism
Deepwell, K. 2015. Narratives of women artists in/out of Vorticism. in: Berghaus, G. (ed.) International Yearbook of Futurism Studies (Vol 5, 2015) Special issue: Women Artists and Futurism Berlin | Boston Walter de Gruyter.
Preface
Deepwell, K. 2014. Preface. in: Kosmala, K. (ed.) Sexing the Border, Gender, Art and New Media in Central and Eastern Europe Newcastle upon Tyne Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. xv-xvi
Questions of agency and the artisan within Uzbekistan
Dick, E. 2014. Questions of agency and the artisan within Uzbekistan. 3rd International (Non)Western Fashion Conference The Global Politics of Fashion. University of Hong Kong 22 - 23 Nov 2014
'Drift' Two Person Exhibition of Drawings with Evelyn Buchanan. Part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014
Mullaniff, K. 2015. 'Drift' Two Person Exhibition of Drawings with Evelyn Buchanan. Part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014. Edinburgh 07 Aug - 07 Sep 2015
'Wave' Rituals and Relics, The Crypt Gallery, St Mary in the Castle
Mullaniff, K. 2014. 'Wave' Rituals and Relics, The Crypt Gallery, St Mary in the Castle.
'A Nunhead Garden' part of the exhibition 'On London' 100th anniversary of the London Group’s first exhibition
Mullaniff, K. 2014. 'A Nunhead Garden' part of the exhibition 'On London' 100th anniversary of the London Group’s first exhibition.
'Blue Plate' Coastal Currents Arts Festival
Mullaniff, K. 2015. 'Blue Plate' Coastal Currents Arts Festival.
'The journey to Rye on the train' The Crypt Gallery and Arts in Healthcare NHS East Sussex
Mullaniff, K. 2015. 'The journey to Rye on the train' The Crypt Gallery and Arts in Healthcare NHS East Sussex.
Blue lace: part of Draw II
Mullaniff, K. 2015. Blue lace: part of Draw II.
Not a straight line by a spiral: charting continuity and change in textiles informed by feminism
Kokoli, A. 2014. Not a straight line by a spiral: charting continuity and change in textiles informed by feminism. Image and Text. 23, pp. 110-129.
Citizen innovation: DIY design and the Thames water turbine
Leeson, L. and Light, A. 2014. Citizen innovation: DIY design and the Thames water turbine. Creative Citizens. Royal College of Art, London 18 - 19 Sep 2014
Reflections on an art and politics of social engagement
Leeson, L. 2014. Reflections on an art and politics of social engagement. The Impossible Constellation. University of Lincoln 02 - 03 Jun 2014
Re-thinking (e)valuation
Leeson, L. 2014. Re-thinking (e)valuation. Art, Recognition and Social Science: Re-Thinking (E)valuation. Central Library, Liverpool, UK 16 May 2014
Art as a force for change
Leeson, L. 2014. Art as a force for change. Curating Community? The Relational and Agonistic Value of Participatory Arts in Superdiverse Localities. Centre For Creative Collaboration, London, UK 01 May 2014
Experiments in ‘real world’ education
Leeson, L. 2014. Experiments in ‘real world’ education. Just What Is It That Makes Today's Art Schools So Different, So Appealing?. ICA, London 29 Mar 2014
Some lessons learned on the art and politics of social engagement 1978 – 2013
Leeson, L. 2014. Some lessons learned on the art and politics of social engagement 1978 – 2013. The Tetley Feast. The Tetley, Leeds, UK 08 Jan - 12 Feb 2014
Active Energy - where art and engineering meet
Leeson, L. 2014. Active Energy - where art and engineering meet. CAA 102nd Annual Conference. Chicago 12 - 15 Feb 2014
Case study: engaging older people in creative thinking: the Active Energy project
Leeson, L. 2015. Case study: engaging older people in creative thinking: the Active Energy project. in: Clift, S. and Camic, P. (ed.) Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health and Wellbeing: International perspectives on practice, policy and research Oxford University Press (OUP). pp. 245-250
In a walled garden: an artist book
Mullaniff, K. 2014. In a walled garden: an artist book.
Fade in Fade out
Mullaniff, K. 2012. Fade in Fade out. Tokarska Gallery. London.
Wave patterns
Mullaniff, K. 2013. Wave patterns.
We don’t need another heroine: Sanja Ivekovic’s counter-narratives
Deepwell, K. 2013. We don’t need another heroine: Sanja Ivekovic’s counter-narratives. in: Reckitt, H. (ed.) Sanja Ivekovic: Unknown Heroine - A Reader London Calvert 22 Foundation. pp. 110-133
Feminist problematic(s) in contemporary art
Deepwell, K. 2014. Feminist problematic(s) in contemporary art. Arta: Revista de arte vizuale (Bucharest).
‘Other’ and ‘Not-All’, rethinking the place of the woman artist in ‘Contemporary Art’
Deepwell, K. 2014. ‘Other’ and ‘Not-All’, rethinking the place of the woman artist in ‘Contemporary Art’. Revista de Estudios Globales y Arte Contemporáneo: Art Global Age. 2 (1), pp. 191-212. https://doi.org/10.1344/regac2014.1.11
Wave forms : part of the London Group centenary exhibition
Mullaniff, K. 2013. Wave forms : part of the London Group centenary exhibition.
Lace part of 'From David Bomberg to Paula Rego: The London Group in Southampton'
Mullaniff, K. 2014. Lace part of 'From David Bomberg to Paula Rego: The London Group in Southampton'. Southampton City Art Gallery 28 Jun - 01 Nov 2014
Performance and Photography: Theatre of Photography
Maude-Roxby, A., London College of Communication and Swedenborg 2015. Performance and Photography: Theatre of Photography. Moose on the Loose. Swedenborg Society London
Lambeth floating marsh
Leeson, L., Rai, N. and Iles, H. 2015. Lambeth floating marsh. cSPACE.
What a girl’s gotta do: the labour of the biopolitical celebrity in austerity Britain
Kokoli, A. and Winter, A. 2015. What a girl’s gotta do: the labour of the biopolitical celebrity in austerity Britain. Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory. 25 (2), pp. 157-174. https://doi.org/10.1080/0740770X.2015.1057015
Misogyny: Witches and Wicked Bodies
Petherbridge, D., Segal, L., Kokoli, A., Deepwell, K. and Create/Feminism Cluster 2015. Misogyny: Witches and Wicked Bodies. Misogyny: Witches and Wicked Bodies. ICA, London, United Kingdom 18 Mar 2015
Groundswell on the Thames: 30 years of cultural activism with London’s riverside communities
Leeson, L. 2014. Groundswell on the Thames: 30 years of cultural activism with London’s riverside communities. Women Environmental Artists Directory. (7).
Ten decades: careers of ten women artists born 1897-1906
Deepwell, K. Checketts, L. (ed.) 1992. Ten decades: careers of ten women artists born 1897-1906. Norwich Norwich Gallery, Norwich School of Art & Design.
Beatrice Cussol: feminist not feminine
Deepwell, K. 2013. Beatrice Cussol: feminist not feminine. in: Sundberg, M. (ed.) Beatrice Cussol: Rude Girls Stockholm Art and Theory Publishing: Spritmuseum and Absolut Art Collection. pp. 25-35
We don't need another heroine: Sanja Ivekovic's counter-narratives
Deepwell, K. 2013. We don't need another heroine: Sanja Ivekovic's counter-narratives. in: Reckitt, H. (ed.) Sanja Ivekovic: Unknown Heroine - a Reader London Calvert 22 Foundation. pp. 110-113
The Art of Intervention
Maude-Roxby, A. 2009. The Art of Intervention. Fleur Gallery, Kyoto, Japan; UK
12 Approaches to 12 Shooters
Maude-Roxby, A. 2009. 12 Approaches to 12 Shooters. in: Maizlish, J. (ed.) Marcia Farquhar's 12 shooters London Live Art Development Agency. pp. 177-189
Performing memory
Maude-Roxby, A. 2010. Performing memory. Kunstraum Niederösterreich, Vienna, Austria
Anti-academy
Maude-Roxby, A. 2013. Anti-academy. John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK
Defining the problem: women artists, feminism and globalization (English title of Russian text)
Deepwell, K. 2013. Defining the problem: women artists, feminism and globalization (English title of Russian text). in: Kamenetskaya, N., Loshak, M. and Turkina, O. (ed.) Celebrating International Women’s Day (8 March): Feminism: from avant-garde to present day (English title of Russian exhibition catalogue) Moscow Manege. pp. 23-29
Hepworth and her critics
Deepwell, K. 1998. Hepworth and her critics. in: Deepwell, K. (ed.) Women Artists and Modernism Manchester Manchester University Press. pp. 97-111
It's time for action (there's no option): about feminism
Jones, A., Bunz, M., Buszek, M. and Deepwell, K. Munder, H. (ed.) 2007. It's time for action (there's no option): about feminism. Zurich, Switzerland J. P. Ringier.
REBELLE: Kunst & Feminisme, 1969-2009
Deepwell, K. 2009. REBELLE: Kunst & Feminisme, 1969-2009. n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal.
Women artists between the wars: a fair field and no favour
Deepwell, K. 2010. Women artists between the wars: a fair field and no favour. Manchester University Press.
The young person's guide 2 East London
Leeson, L. and cSPACE 2012. The young person's guide 2 East London. cSPACE.
The woman artist as curatorial effect
Kokoli, A. 2013. The woman artist as curatorial effect. in: Dimitrakaki, A. and Perry, L. (ed.) Politics in a glass case: feminism, exhibition cultures and curatorial transgressions Liverpool University Press.
On probation: Tracey Emin as sign
Kokoli, A. 2010. On probation: Tracey Emin as sign. Wasafiri. 25 (1), pp. 33-40. https://doi.org/10.1080/02690050903425342
Remembering, repeating and working through in Anniversary – An Act Of Memory by Monica Ross and co-recitors (2008–)
Kokoli, A. 2012. Remembering, repeating and working through in Anniversary – An Act Of Memory by Monica Ross and co-recitors (2008–). Performance Research. 17 (5), pp. 24-30. https://doi.org/10.1080/13528165.2012.728436
Claims for a feminist politics in painting
Deepwell, K. 2010. Claims for a feminist politics in painting. in: Petersen, A., Bogh, M., Christensen, H. and Larsen, P. (ed.) Contemporary painting in context Museum Tusculanum Press. pp. 143-164
Sanja Iveković: we don't need another heroine
Deepwell, K. 2013. Sanja Iveković: we don't need another heroine. Twenty three percent*. London, UK 25 Jan 2013
The voice as uncanny index in Susan Hiller's The Last Silent Movie
Kokoli, A. 2013. The voice as uncanny index in Susan Hiller's The Last Silent Movie. Art Journal. 72 (2), pp. 6-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/00043249.2013.10791027
Sisters
Kokoli, A. 2012. Sisters. in: Dickson, R. (ed.) Judy Chicago Lund Humphries. pp. 169-177
Containing culture, a series of three symposia. Symposium three: lacking in discipline
Mullaniff, K. and Manchester Metropolitan University 2007. Containing culture, a series of three symposia. Symposium three: lacking in discipline. Lacking in Discipline. Manchester Metropolitan University 29 Jun 2007
Touch, textiles, technology: collaboration across Europe
Mullaniff, K. and Goldmiths, University of London. 2007. Touch, textiles, technology: collaboration across Europe. Touch, Textiles, Technology: Collaboration Across Europe.. London, UK
Larkspur, Open Exhibition 2011, The London Group
Mullaniff, K. 2012. Larkspur, Open Exhibition 2011, The London Group.
"Journey." Arthur Green Shop. Hastings. Part of Coastal Currents. Visual Arts Festival.
Mullaniff, K., South Coast Artists. and Coastal Currents. Hastings Arts Festival. 2010. "Journey." Arthur Green Shop. Hastings. Part of Coastal Currents. Visual Arts Festival. Arthur Green Shop. Hastings. Part of Coastal Currents. Visual Arts Festival. Sep 2010
Painting as a Foreign Language.
Mullaniff, K., The British Council, Goldsmiths College, University of London and Takano and Editora Cultural Inglesa 2002. Painting as a Foreign Language. Centro Brasileiro Britanico, São Paulo, Brasil 02 - 16 Mar 2002
Tracing Memory Part Two: a journey along the black river.
Mullaniff, K. and The Leinster Gallery Dublin 2006. Tracing Memory Part Two: a journey along the black river. The Leinster Gallery Dublin
'"Wren, Drift and Merge" [part of Midsummer Magic.]
Mullaniff, K. 2011. '"Wren, Drift and Merge" [part of Midsummer Magic.]. Jaggedart, 28 A Devonshire Street, London. 15 Jun - 22 Jul 2011
Interior [Part of Fabric: reinterpreting the house exhibition]
Mullaniff, K. 2002. Interior [Part of Fabric: reinterpreting the house exhibition]. Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Cumbria
In a walled garden
Mullaniff, K. and Andrea Harari. Jaggedart. London. 2009. In a walled garden. Jaggedart. Elliott House 28A Devonshire Street London W1G 6PS 08 May - 06 Jun 2009
Storyteller: No 2 [part of Re-valuation:the evocative power of the familiar exhibition]
Mullaniff, K. and Jaggedart 2008. Storyteller: No 2 [part of Re-valuation:the evocative power of the familiar exhibition]. Jagged art., London. 03 - 26 Apr 2008
Encrypted 1-8 [part of Paisley: exploding the teardrop exhibition].
Mullaniff, K. 2008. Encrypted 1-8 [part of Paisley: exploding the teardrop exhibition]. PM Gallery and House. London 27 Nov 2007 - 12 Jan 2008
Active energy
Leeson, L. and SPACE 2009. Active energy. SPACE Studios.
Purl.
Mullaniff, K. and Langley, J. 2004. Purl. Museum of Domestic Architecture, Middlesex University 2004
Traces.
Mullaniff, K. 2003. Traces. Wolsey Art Gallery, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich. 2003
The Storyteller: No 1.
Mullaniff, K. 2002. The Storyteller: No 1. Centro Brasileiro Britanico, São Paulo, Brasil. 2002
A stranger to this place
Mullaniff, K. 2002. A stranger to this place. Bankfield Museum, Halifax 28 Sep 2002 - 12 Jan 2003
Digital sampling: ideas suggested by some women's art practices from Europe, Australia, Canada and America
Deepwell, K. 1998. Digital sampling: ideas suggested by some women's art practices from Europe, Australia, Canada and America. in: Cutting Edge, The Women's Research Group (ed.) Desire by Design: Body, territories and new technologies I.B.Tauris. pp. 77-94