Hi, this is the weblog for the Thinking Practices module I teach at the University of Westminster. It is a collaborative blog with individual posts written by myself and the participants in the MA in Art and Media Practice.

My work explores the intersection of open culture and publishing technologies. My recent publication projects have been exhibited at the P74 gallery in Ljubljana, Sput-&-nik gallery (Porto) and Museu da Cidade (Lisboa). I have written numerous articles in art and media practice, social media and self-publishing, including:  A field (of interconnected realities): cyber drawing and mash-up electronic goodness in International Symposium on Electronic Art, 2011; From webcamming to social life-logging in Conspiracy dwellings: surveillance in contemporary art, 2010; Publishing with friends In Educational social software for context-aware learning: collaborative methods and human interaction, 2009; and Download fever: photography, sub-cultures and online-offline counter-archival strategies in Photographies Journal, 2009.

I teach courses on art and media theory, artists publications, self-publishing  and the impact of technology in photographic publishing practices. I am senior lecturer in Art & Media Department at the London South Bank University. I also teach in the Art and Media Practice MA programme at the University of Westminster in London.

More information about myself, my writingpublications and exhibitions is available in my site msdm. For contact and further academic details check London South Bank University’s phonebook page.

peace & love

paula roush.


One Response to about

  1. shereemurphy says:

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge and interest in the world of art and understanding of its practises, I believe as an artist myself it is often difficult to create dialogue about work that has been produced, stripping it and writting about its detail and what it is ment to represent.

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