CHRIS MEIGH-ANDREWS
Born in Essex, England, Chris Meigh-Andrews lived in Montreal, Canada from 1957-75. He
studied photography, film & TV at the London College of Printing (1976-79), has an MA in
Fine Art, from Goldsmiths (1981-83) , and a PhD from the Royal College of Art. (1996-2001)

Working with video in a fine art context since 1977, his single channel video tapes have
been screened in the UK, Europe, North & South America, Australia and Japan. Establishing
an artist's post-production facility and independent video production company in 1980, he
worked as a freelance director and cameraman, video editor, and animator to fund his own
experimental video work throughout the 1980's. An active member of London Video Arts
from 1980, he was chairman of the Council of Management 1987-89.

Since 1990, Meigh-Andrews has specialised in sculptural and projection video installations,
including commissioned and site-specific works which have been shown in the UK, Europe
and Canada. He has been Resident Artist in Electronic Imaging at Oxford Brookes University
(1994), Artist in Residence at the Saw Contemporary Arts Centre in Ottawa, Canada (1994),
Video Artist in Residence at Middlesbrough Gallery, Cleveland (1995), Video Artist in
Residence at the Prema Arts Centre in Gloucestershire (1995) and Arts Council of England
International Artist Fellow, at Bunkier Sztuki, in Krakow, Poland (2003-04).

Currently Professor of Electronic & Digital Art at the University of Central Lancashire, he is
director of The Electronic & Digital Art Unit (www.uclan.ac.uk/edau), a centre for post-
graduate research. He is co-curator (with Catherine Elwes) of “Analogue: Pioneering Artists’
Video from the UK, Canada and Poland; 1968-88”, an international touring exhibition (2006-
07) funded by Arts Council, England. His book, “A History of Video Art: the Development of
Form and Function” was published by Berg in October 2006.



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EDUCATION
PhD, Royal College of Art, School of Communications: 1996 -2001.
MA (Fine Art) Goldsmith's, University of London: 1981-83.
HDCP, London College of Printing, School of Film & TV: 1976-79.
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SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Wawel z  Mostu Debnickiego, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, January, 2004.
Mothlight 2, 291 Gallery, London, June 2001.
Fenetre Digitale ,  Galeri Brighi, Paris, June -July 2000.
Mothlight,  Rich Women of Zurich, London,  March 1999.
Glass Box Gallery, Salford, Manchester.  Oct.1998.
Certosa di Calci/Museum of Natural History, Pisa, April-May1998.
Mind's Eye, Hotbath Gallery, Bath, July-Aug 1997.
Fire, Ice & Steam, Site-specific installation, Middlesbrough Gallery,Cleveland, 1995.
Vortex,  Prema Arts Centre, Uley, Gloucester, Oct.- Nov. 1995.
Perpetual  Motion, Saw Contemporary Arts Centre. Ottawa, Aug-Sept. 1994.
Heaven & Earth, London Film-Maker's Co-op, London, Feb.1992.
Chris Meigh-Andrews, The Basement, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1982.
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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Punctum, Redchurch St. Gallery, London, Nov-Dec 2007.
Analogue: Pioneering British, Canadian   and Polish Artists Video, (1968-88), Tate Modern
and Tate Britain, Nov- Dec. 2006. Anthology Film Archives, New York, Jan. 2007, Norwich
Gallery, Jan 2007, FACT, Liverpool, March 2007, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art,
Toronto, Nov 2007, St James Cavalier, Valletta, Oct-Dec 2007.
Collected Works,  Lethaby Gallery, Central St Martins College of Art and Design, London,
Oct-Nov 2006.
Crossing the Atlantic, 80 Washington Square Galleries, New York, Sept-Nov, 2006.
Digital Discourse, Cavalier St. James Centre for Creativity, Valetta, November, 2005
Short Histories of Video Art, From the Mid-Sixties to the Present, (Part 2) , John Hansard
Gallery, Southampton, May 2004.
Experiments in Moving Image,  Lumiere Cinema, London, Jan 2004.
A Photographic Truth,  Huis Marseille Foundation, Amsterdam, Aug-Nov 2003.
Smog, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine,Dec. 2002-Feb 2003.
Digital Responses, Victoria & Albert Museum, Sept 2002-March 2003.
Interstanding 4, Center for Contemporary Arts, Tallinn, Nov . 2001.
Rural England Through a Victorian  Lens:  Benjamin  Brecknell Turner,  Canon  
Photography Gallery, The Victoria & Albert Museum, London,  April-Sept. 2001.
AnOther Place, Storey Institute, Lancaster, Jan-Mar. 2001.
Submerged , Bath International Music Festival,  Bath , May -June,1999.
Back/Slash,  Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, Sept.-Nov. 1996.
ArCade, Digital Creativity, University of Brighton, April 1995 (Touring UK: 1995-97)
River Crossings,  Camerawork, (The Café Gallery) London.  April - May, 1993.
Quick! , Royal Festival Hall, The South Bank Centre , London, April 1993.
European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, Sept. 1992.
4xVideo, Galeri OneOne, Antwerp, Feb. 1991.
New Art Northwest  Mercury Court, Liverpool. Aug. 1991
Visions & Transmissions,  Harris Museum, Preston.  Nov.-Dec. 1990.
External Affairs, Canada House Gallery, London. Sept. 1989.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS (Continued)
Genlock,  Interim Arts, London, 1988. (& UK Tour: 1988-89)
Electric Eyes: British Artists Video 1985-88:  Tate Gallery, ICA, London;
Sao Paulo; Museo de Arte Moderno Medellin, Columbia; Akademie der Bildenden Kunst,
Vienna.  (& UK Tour:1988-89)
The Art of Understatement: Recent British Video,  Madrid, 1988.
British Video Art & Experimental Film,  Mucsarnok, Budapest, 1987.
Breaking Boundaries, Channel 6, ICA, London: 1986.
Light Years, London Film-Makers Co-op: 1986.
New British Video, Atelilier de Pedegogie et d'animation, Strasbourg, 1986.
Summary Video UK, ICA, London: 1984.
The British/Canadian Video Exchange,  A Space, Toronto, 1984.
Olympus Gallery, London, January, 1984.
Video/Performance, The Photographers Gallery, London: 1984.
Gallery Trenkanten, Copenhagen, 1983.
New  British Video,  Museum of Long Beach, California, 1983.
Atelier Ste. Anne, Brussels, 1981.
The New Contemporaries,  ICA , London: 1979.
New British Image, Side Gallery, Newcastle: 1977. (& UK Tour: 1978-79)
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EVENTS & FESTIVALS
Systems of Nature, BFI  Southbank, Nov 10th, 2007.
Interwoven Motion, Grizedale Forest, Cumbria, Sept. 2004.
Tabala Rasa, Croydon Clocktower, Dec 2002.
Mute Loops, Lux Gallery, London, July 2001.
The British Landscape Through the Lens, Tate Britain, London, Oct-Nov 2001.
Place Setting , (with Peter Ting) Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Nov. 1999.
The Ottawa International Festival of Video Art,  (Touring Canada: 1984-85.)
Video by Artists,  National Film Theatre, London,  March, 1984.
The Expanded Media Show, Sheffield City Polytechnic, Feb. 1983.
LVA Gallery, London, Sept. 1983.
Ljublana Festival,  Ljublana, 1983.
Three-Quarter Inch Productions: Chris Meigh-Andrews, Cairn, Paris, 1982.
Video Screenings: Chris  Andrews,  ICA Cinematheque, London, 1982.
Fourth Annual Tokyo Video Festival, Tokyo, 1981.
London Video Arts at the  London Musician's Collective,  Aug.1981.
New Acquisitions, Art Metropole, Toronto, 1981.
National Video Festival, South Hill Park, Bracknell, Berkshire, 1980, 1981, 1982 & 1987.
Rusden State College, Victoria, (Australia) , May 1979.
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CITATIONS IN BOOKS AND CATALOGUES
A History of Artists’ Film in Britain, David Curtis, BFI, London, 2007. ISBN 1844570967
Sztuka w Bunkrze/Art in Bunkier: Bunkier Sztuki Gallery 1994-2006
Beata Nowacka-Kardzis, ed. Krakow,  2006. ISBN 83-86905-74-3
Video Art, A Guided Tour, Catherine Elwes, IB Taurus, London, 2005. ISBN 1850433464.
“Video Art and the Argument from Design”, A.L Rees, Experiments in Moving Image,
Epigraph Publications, Jackie Hatfield, ed. London, 2004. ISBN 1902458060
Video Loupe, Catherine Elwes, KT Press, London, 2000. ISBN 0953654109
Space, Site, Intervention: Situating Installation Art, Erika Suderburg, ed. University of
Minnesota Press, 2000. ISBN 081663159
Diverse Practices-A Critical Reader on British Video ,  Julia Knight, ed . ,  Arts Council
of England /  John Lilly Media, Luton,1996. ISBN 1-86020-500-7
A Directory of British Film and Video Artists, David Curtis, ed. Arts Council of England
John Lilly Media, Luton,1996. ISBN 186020-003-6
Digital Mediation. Imagine Technology as Art, Back/Slash, Sept, 1996.
Videography: Video Media as Art and Culture, Sean Cubitt, MacMillan, London, 1993. ISBN
0333555562
The Politics of the Personal in British Video Art, LVA, Oct. 1991.
Video Installations in the UK, Video Positive, April. 1991.
The Book of Special Effects Photography, Michael Langford, Ebury Press, London, 1981.
ISBN 0852232098
British Image 4,  Arts Council of Great Britain, London, 1977. ISBN 0-7287-0147-2
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REVIEWS, ARTICLES & ESSAYS
A History of Video Art; The Development of From and Function, Samantha Lackey,  “Screen
Studies”, The Art Book, Vol. 14, Issue 3, August 2007, Blackwell Synergy.
Distributed Aesthetics and the Tele-image, Vince Dziekan,  “Remote”, Plimsol Gallery,
Centre for the Arts, Hobart, Australia, June 2006.
Gray Scale Video and the Shift to Colour, Sean Cubitt, Art Journal, Sept 2006.
Digital  Discourse , Malta Now, Issue 09, Jan, 2006.
Digital Discourse, The Times, (Malta) Dec 2005.
Interwoven Motion, A N Magazine, November, 2004.
Photography in Contemporary Installation,  Biuletyn Fotograficzny, Krakow, March, 2004.
Amsterdam volgens een pionier en een zanddfotograaf,  Het Parool, 30/09/2003
Tijdreis in het donker met foto’s van BB Turner,  NRC Handelsblad, 25/09/2003
Nothing Matters, Interstanding 4, End  Repeat, Estonian Art, Vol 2, 2001.
Case Study : A Photographic Truth 2001,  Hot Dots, Nov, 2001.
Video  Links Past and Present at V&A,  AV Magazine, Sept. 2001.
Nor  Did  His Shutter Sleep in His Hand,  The Times, 3/4/2001.
D-Pict, April/May, 2000. ISSN 1470-1995
Fenetre Digitale, Time Out,  No.1575, Oct. 25th-Nov. 1st, 2000.
Submerged,  Soundings, AN Magazine, July, 1999.
Mothlight,  Flash Art  (Italy) , Summer 1998 .
Tecnologia e  ambiente poi amore e...faralle,  La Nazione, Tuscany, (Italy)  17/4/98.
Mind's Eye, "The Guide", Exhibitions Preview, The Guardian, 12/7/97.
Mind's Eye,  Preview, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 15,  July1997. ISSN 0968-6711
Perpetual Motion by Chris Meigh-Andrews, City Life, Manchester, Oct. 1996.
Chris Meigh-Andrews, Vortex- A Video Installation ,  Live Art Magazine, April1996.
Interview with Chris Meigh-Andrews, Virus, Milan, Italy, April, 1995.
Lost in Cyberspace, Artists Newsletter, June 1994.
Camerawork on Board,  Stage, Screen & Radio, May 1993.
River Crossings,  Hybrid, June-July, 1993.
River Crossings, Creative Camera, Feb.- Mar.1993.
European Media Art Festival ,Variant, Nov. 1992. ISSN 0-954-8815
Osnabruck Media Art Festival, Frankfurter Rundschau,  (Germany) 17/9/92.
Eau d'Artifice, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Performance, Spring 1992.
Video Art Flows into  Mercury,   Liverpool Daily Post, 21/8/91.
Visions &  Transmissions, Screen, Vol. 32, No. 2, Summer 1991.
Visions & Transmissions, Artscribe International,  April 1991.
High Tech Exhibition Features Video Art, Lancashire Evening Post, 29/11/90.
The Stream,   Independent Media, March 1988.
Reel Art, Time Out, No. 674, July 22nd-28th, 1983.
Video Art, Stills, Vol.1 No. 4, Winter 1982.
Moves & Blurs, The Listener, Feb. 1978.
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PUBLICATIONS: Books, Catalogues and Book Chapters
Digital Aesthetic 2, EDAU, Preston, 2007.
A History of Video Art: the Development of Form and Function, Berg, Oxford and New York.
2006, ISBN 1845202198.
Analogue: Pioneering Video from the UK, Canada & Poland; 1968-88, EDAU, Preston, 2006.
ISBN 1 901922 59 6.
“Interwoven Motion: steps towards a semi-permanent outdoor self-powered video
installation”, The Itemisation of Creative Knowledge, FACT/ Liverpool University Press,
2006.  ISBN 1-84631-038-5
“The Vasulka Tapes” , Vasulka Lab 1969-2005-Live Archive, Vivid, Birmingham, 2006. ISBN
0-9552483-0-2
“Chris Meigh-Andrews: Early Video Tapes: 1978-87”, Experimental Film and Video, Jackie
Hatfield, ed., John Libbey Publishing. 2006. ISBN 0 –86196-664-3
Chris Meigh-Andrews Installations: 1998-2004, EDAU, Preston,March 2005. ISBN 1-901922-
51-0
“Chris Meigh-Andrews, Sculptural & Video Installations: 1989-95”, Experiments in Moving
Image, Epigraph Publications, London, 2004.  ISBN 1-902458-06-0
“For William Henry Fox Talbot (The Pencil of Nature)”,  Digital  Responses, V&A Museum /
The London Institute.  ISBN 1-85177-414-9
Chris Meigh-Andrews, Video Tapes, Installations, CD Roms: 1978-1997,   
University of Central Lancashire, 1997. ISBN 0 –906694- 56- 6
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PUBLICATIONS: Journal Articles and Reviews
In the Light of History, Papers from the Refresh Conference, Sean Cubitt, ed. Leonardo,
Journal of the International Society of the Arts, MIT Press, (Oct. 2007.)
Without Thresholds, Contemporary Magazine, Issue 73, June 2005. ISSN 1475-9853
Chris Meigh-Andrews, Windsor Review, Vol 38, No. 2, 2005. ISSS 25274-86051
Steina and Woody Vasulka: Multiple Dialogues, www.lux.org.uk, 2004.
Video Tapes, Installations &  Projections , Filmwaves, Issue 15, 2001. ISSN 1460-4051
Mapping the Image, Digital Creativity, Vol.12, 2001, ISSN 1462-6268
Unseen Images, Bill Viola, Art Monthly, No. 173, Feb 1994. ISSN 0142-6702
Dummies, Dolls & Poison Candy,  Art Monthly, No. 171, Nov. 1993. ISSN 0142-6702
Abstract, Still Life, Portrait, Art Monthly, No. 136, May 1992. ISSN 0142-6702
Video Positive 1991.  Art Monthly, No. 147, June 1991. ISSN 0142-6702
Video Sculpture &  Installation,  Harris Museum, Preston,  Nov. 1990.
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RADIO & TELEVISION BROADCASTS
Polskie Radio 2 (Polish national radio) and Radio Krakow, 20/01/04, (Feature)
BBC Radio Lancashire, 28/10/03 (Live interview)
Eesti  (Estonian National TV) 11/01 (interview & feature)
Bath International Music Festival,  HTV, 23/5/99. (Interview & feature)
BBC TV South West, 20/5/99. (News feature)
BBC Radio Bristol, 15/07/97. (Live interview)
Vortex at Prema Arts Centre, BBC Radio Gloucester, 31/10/95. (Feature)
Oxford Brookes University's First Artist in Residence, BBC Radio Oxford,
25/2/94  (feature) and 27/2/94 (live Interview)
River Crossings, Kaleidoscope, BBC Radio 4, 26/3/93 .(Interview & feature)
European Media Art Festival,  NDR 3 (German regional TV) 10/3/93  (Interview &  feature)
Video 3, The Eleventh Hour, Channel 4  & WGBH, Boston , USA, 1985 & 87  (Interview)
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GRANTS & AWARDS
British Council Travel Awards, (Poland) 2005 and  (Malta) 2005.
National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, 2003-04
Arts Council England, 1988,91,93,94,95,97,99, 2003, 04,06, & 07.
North West Arts, 1994,1996,1998 & 2000.
Southern Arts, 1994.
Henry Moore Foundation, 1999.
South West Arts, 1995, 1997 & 1999.
Foundation for Sport and Art, 1995.
Northern Arts, 1995.
Ontario Ministry of Culture & Arts, Canada. (Visiting Artist Award) 1994.
London Arts, 1984,1986 & 2002.
Danish Film Institute (Visiting Artist Award) 1984.
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COMMISSIONS
The Monument Project, Ambient responsive digital  panoramic image installation,  City of
London, Commissioned by Julian Harrup Architects in collaboration with the Sandbox, Uclan.
2007-08.
Interwoven Motion, Prototype outdoor self-powered video installation, Grizedale Forest,
Foundation for Art & Creative Technology Liverpool, and Grizedale Arts, 2004.
Temporal View in Amsterdam , Digital projection, Huis Marseille Foundation for Photography,
Amsterdam, 2003.
For William Henry Fox Talbot, (the Pencil of Nature) ''Live' solar-powered site-specific
installation, Victoria & Albert Museum, London and Lacock Abbey, Wilts, sponsored by
Canon UK, and Solar Century, 2002.
A Photographic Truth, Digital projection installation, Victoria & Albert Museum, London,
sponsored by Canon UK, 2001.
Submerged, Site-specific installation, Bath Festivals Trust &  DA2, Bath, 1999.
Vortex, Video installation, Prema Arts Centre, Gloucester, 1995.
Fire, Ice & Steam, Site-specific installation,  Middlesbrough Gallery, Cleveland, 1995.
Cross-Currents, Site-specific installation , Camerawork, London, 1993.
Streamline, installation, Bluecoat Gallery, sponsored by English Estates, Liverpool, 1991.
Eau d'Artifice, installation, Harris Museum, Preston, sponsored by Samuelsons
Communications and Jewson Ltd, 1990.
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VISITING ARTIST & RESIDENCIES
Arts Council International Artist Fellow, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland. Nov ‘03-Jan 2004.
Video Artist in Residence, Prema Arts Centre, Uley, Gloucester. Aug. - Oct. 1995.
Video Artist in Residence, Cleveland Arts, Middlesbrough, April-May 1995.
Artist in Residence, Saw Contemporary Art Centre, Ottawa, Ca nada.  Aug.-Sept. 1994.
Resident Artist in Digital Imaging, School of Visual Arts, Music & Publishing,
Oxford Brookes University, Jan.-July 1994.
Guest Artist, Summer Arts Lab, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art,
Dundee, Aug.1994.
Guest Artist, Falling Annual Festspiel, Odder, Denmark. Sept. 1984.
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ACADEMIC PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS
Open the Box: Video Installations,  Cornerhouse, Manchester, Oct .2007.
Practice, Context and History, Seminar, Royal College of Art, London, Jan, 2007.
Horizonal & Vertical: Video, the Electronic Image & the Landscape Tradition. “Creative
Dates”, Liverpool School of Art & Design. September, 2006.
Artists’ Video: From Analogue to Digital,  “The Work of  Media Art in the Age of Digital
Reproduction”, The Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, April 2006.
Steina and Woody Vasulka in conversation, Vivid, Birmingham, April 2006.
Interwoven Motion: Steps Towards a Semi Permanent Outdoor  Self-Powered Video
Installation, “Diffraction”, FACT, Liverpool, April 2006.
Peter Donebauer &  Richard Monkhouse: British Artist/ Engineers , “Refresh! First
International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology”, Banff New
Media Institute, Alberta,  Canada. Sept-Oct 2005.
Early British Video Art: 1969-79:  Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw
and Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland. March, 2005.
Interwoven Motion, “The Embodiment of Change”, Cumbria Institute of the Arts, Welfare
State International, Ulverston, Cumbria, March 2005.
Steps Towards a Semi-Permanent Outdoor self-Powered Video Installation , Northwest Art &
Design Research Group, Liverpool John Moores University, Sept. 2004.
A Dialogue with Woody Vasulka, Torrens Arts Space, Islington, London, March, 2004.
Steina & Woody Vasulka:  Dialoging with Tools , Evolution, Leeds International Film Festival,
Leeds, Oct 2003.
Some Notes on the Influence & Interrelationship Between Experimental Film & Artist’s Video,
“Experimental Film Today”, (Keynote Speaker) University of Central Lancashire, Preston,
July 2003.
‘Practice-led’  Research,  Dept. of Expressive Therapies,  Lesley University, Cambridge,
Mass. USA, July 2002.
My Shifting Relationship to Electronic & New Media Practice, “Logical Operators”, Folly
Gallery, Lancaster, Dec 8th, 2001.
Video Sculpture &  Installation,  Hoogschool Voor de Kunst, Utrect, Holland, 2001.
Video Artist Engineers, “Interstanding 4, End Repeat”,  Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn,
Estonia, Nov 2001.
Shhh!!...Music for  Museums,  "Friday Late View ", V & A Museum , London, Aug., 2000.
Video Art & The Personal,  Harris Museum, Preston, April 1997.
Perpetual Motion: A  Video Installation Featuring Renewable Energy Systems, “Art, Nature,
Culture; An Interdisciplinary Conference”, Salisbury State University,  Maryland, USA. April ,
1995.
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ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
External assessor, BA  Fine Art, New Media, University College Chester, 2002-06.
External assessor, MA Digital Arts, Camberwell, University of the Arts, 2001-2006.
External assessor, Time-Based Arts,BA (Hons) Fine Art, University of Dundee, Duncan of
Jordanstone College of Art and Design, 2000-2004.
Chairman,  "The Bright Side",  (conference) Video Positive, Liverpool, April 2000
Film & Video advisor, North West Arts:1997-2001.
External Advisor,  BA (Hons) in Film and Electronic Media, Gloucester College of Further  
Education,1992.
Member , Board of Trustees, Moviola, Liverpool: 1992-94
Member ,  Council for National Academic Awards: 1991
Chairman, London Video Access: 1987-89
Member of Board of Management: London Video Arts:1979-82
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CURRENT ACADEMIC POST
Professor of Electronic and Digital Art, Director of the Electronic & Digital Art Unit, (EDAU)
Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social  Sciences, University of Central Lancashire, 2007 to
date.
Research  Degrees  Tutor, Dept. of Art and Fashion,  2002-date.
Member of University and Faculty Research Degree Sub-committees, 2002-date.
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RESEARCH STUDENTS
Vince Briffa, PhD, Director of Studies
Sean Cousin, MA (by Research)  Director of Studies.
Aneta Kremien, MPhil/PhD, Second supervisor
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PREVIOUS TEACHING: 1979-2007
Reader in Electronic and Digital Art,  2000-2007
Senior Lecturer, Area Coordinator for Time-Based Media, & MA Course Tutor, Dept. of  Art
& Fashion, University of Central Lancashire: 1986-2000.
Part-time lecturer in Time-Based Arts, School of Arts, Leicester Polytechnic:1989-91
Senior Lecturer  (0.5) in Time-Based Studies, Kent Institute of Art & Design:1988-89
Part-time lecturer in Film & Video, City of London Polytechnic:1987-88.
Part-time lecturer in Fine Art, Lancashire Polytechnic: 1984-86
Tutor in video, London International Film School: 1983-88
Part-time lecturer in Video, School of Film & T.V., London College of Printing: 1980-83
Part-time lecturer in Photography, Southend School of Art & Design: 1979-82

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CURATORIAL
Analogue & Digital,  Fieldgate Gallery, London, Nov-Dec 2007.
Digital Aesthetic 2, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, March-May 2007, Funded by
Arts Council England, Lancashire County Council, University of Central  Lancashire.
Analogue: Pioneering British, Canadian and Polish Artists Video, 1968-88,  (with Catherine
Elwes), Tate Britain & Tate Modern, London, FACT, Liverpool, Norwich Gallery, Centre for
Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity,
Valletta, MOCCA (Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art) Toronto. Forthcoming, 2006-
2008.
Visions in the Nunnery, Bow Arts Trust, London, 2002 and 2003.
The Digital Aesthetic, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, November 2001, funded by
North West Arts, Preston Borough Council, University of Central Lancashire & The Elephant
Trust.
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WORK IN PUBLIC & PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
Muzeum Historii Fotografi, Krakow
Amsterdam Muncipal Archives
Huis Marseilles Foundation of Photography, Amsterdam
Sheffield Hallam University
The Victoria & Albert Museum, London
The Vasulka Archive, Santa Fe, USA.
The British Artist's Film & Video Study Collection, London
The Lux Centre, London
The National Archive of Film & Television
Rusden State College, Victoria, Australia
Cairn, Paris
The Royal College of Art, London
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OTHER RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
Director, Three-Quarter Inch Productions, London: Off-line' video editor;
Director/cameraman- (ACTT and ABS); Photographer : 1980-87.
Freelance animator- Take Hart, Hartbeat and Know How: BBC TV 1980-88.
TV Studio Technician/Engineer, Inner London Education Authority:1979-81.
Audio-Visual Producer/Photographer, Vanier College, Montreal, 1974-75.
Media Assistant/A-V Technician, School Board of Greater Montreal, 1972-74.