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Dr Nicholas Ferguson

Associate Professor of Research and Writing Methods

Mr Nicholas Ferguson

Mr Nicholas Ferguson

Nick Ferguson is a practising artist and writer on art. He graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Theology (BA Hons.) from Chelsea College of Art and Design with an MA in Fine Art and has recently completed a PhD in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

Faculty Research

‘Indifference. Are, Liberalism and the Politics of Place’. 2014 Unpublished PhD Thesis. Goldsmiths College, University of London
The Mobile Landscape. Performance with digital slide projection. Duration: 25 minutes (approximately). The work was first performed at: ‘Across RCA: Beautiful and New: The Social Function of Sculpture and Architecture’, Royal College of Art, October 29, 2014.
‘Speedscaping’. In: Macay, R (ed.). 2014. When Site Lost the Plot. London. Urbanomic.

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I teach on:
Academic Research and Writing

Some of the courses I teach:
ARW 3195 – Principles Of Academic Writing
ARW 4195 – Principles Of Academic Research

Research Cluster:
International Visual Arts and Cultures

Research Interest & Expertise:

  • contemporary art
  • cities
  • eighteenth century philosophies of vision
  • art and the public sphere
  • arts policy and the social impact of the arts
  • research methodologies