Jacqueline Taylor

Senior Lecturer in Research Practice

Birmingham School of Art
0121 331 7623

Jacqueline Taylor is an artist, writer, researcher and educator. She is the doctoral education lead for the faculty of Arts, Design and Media where she develops and delivers research training for PhD researchers. Her teaching specialism lies in the area of practice research and she has presented, taught and published widely on the subject both across the UK and abroad.

Jacqueline’s research traverses the fields of painting, art writing and performance. Located at the intersection of aesthetic practice and poetics, her research explores the ways in which non-representational art practices signify and enable meaning-making. Alongside publications in these fields, Jacqueline develops and performs her research in the form of ‘hybrid’ outputs that bring together academic and artistic discourses. She is also a practising artist and has exhibited globally, alongside art writing and other artistic projects.

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