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Centre for Visual Cultures Podcast

Centre for Visual Cultures Podcast


The podcast from the Centre for Visual Cultures

The CVC podcast is back with a new series: Uncovered

In this series, we will be shining a light on hidden aspects of the world of visual culture. Through conversations with artists, academics, and curators, we will go behind the scenes of exhibitions, delve deep into the art archives, and find new perspectives on a multitude of visual media.

Listen to the podcast here:


Breaking down Iconoclasm with Stacy Boldrick
Curating contemporary art with Sandy Saad-Smith
Exhibiting eco-poetry with Words from the Wild

Uncovered is also available on most major podcast platforms. 



Centring on the theme of touch, tangibility and intangibility in the world of art and visual culture, this podcast sees CVC doctoral students talking to curators and gallerists as well as drawing on the research expertise of the centre to delve into questions about engaging and interacting with visual culture.

Listen to episodes of (un)touched here: 

(un)touched with Vasuki Shanmuganathan (un)touched with The Liminal Space

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