Papers, Presentations and Writing

‘Reflections on Digestions and Other Corporealities in Artists’ Books’. in: Bolaki, Stella, The Journal of Medical Humanities - Special Issue: Artists’ Books. - Journal article (forthcoming 2019)


‘Our Palace of Intestines: An Art Project-in-Progress’ in: Maya Hey & Alex D. Ketchum (eds.) CuiZine: The Journal of Canadian Food Cultures / Revue des cultures culinaires au Canada - Special Issue: Food, Feminism, Fermentation, volume 9, number 2, 2018  - online journal article


‘Extispicy in the Everyday: An Art Project-in-Progress’ in: Hey, Maya & Ketchum, Alex D. (eds.) CuiZine: The Journal of Canadian Food Cultures / Revue des cultures culinaires au Canada - Special Issue: Food, Feminism, Fermentation, volume 9, number 1, 2018. - online journal article


'The Taste of Tongues’. in: Pavoni, Andrea, Mandic, Danilo, Nirta, Caterina & Philippopoulos Mihalopoulos, Andreas (eds.) Taste. Part of Law and the Senses. London: Westminster University Press, 2018. - Book contribution, online and print


Extispicy in the Everyday: An Exploration of Human-Environment Binaries through the Gut, ‘Artistic Research Will Eat Itself’, SAR International Conference on Artistic Research, University of Plymouth, 2018, pp. 177-187, - Conference workshop and proceedings


Artists’ Books Now: Here and Now The British Library, London, event curated by Richard Price, Jerry Jenkins, Sophie Loss, & Egidija Čiricaitė, 20 April 2018. - Presentation and accompanying publication, edited by Egidija Čiricaitė


‘Reflection on Digestion: A Performance Dinner’, in: Mansfield, Laura (ed.) Feast: The Meal, Issue 3, 2017. - Artist commission in form of sound and image piece for online journal


A Woman Holding a Liver’, in: The Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery Conference Proceedings, edited Mark McWilliams, published by Prospect Books, London, 2017. - Book essay


'Does my data look good in this? Exploring research data management in the creative arts’ |18 January 2017 organised by the Centre for Digital Scholarship, Library & Student Services, University for the Creative Arts (UCA) and funded by Jisc. at etc.venues, The Hatton, 51-53 Hatton Garden, London. - Paper presentation at workshop


Anatomies of a Book | 21 April 2016. 'Artists’ Books and the Medical Humanities - An Interdisciplinary Symposium', co-organised by the University of Kent’s School of English and the University of New England’s Maine Women Writers Collection, at Cathedral Lodge, Canterbury. - Paper presentation


On Innards | Publication. Outside-inside-out: A collaborative journey | 5 December 2015, 'Livres d'Artistes: The Artist's Book in Theory and Practice', 4-6 December 2015, University of Cardiff. - Joint paper presentation with Mindy Lee


On Innards | Publication by Amanda Couch, Andrew Hladky, Mindy Lee, and Richard Nash, published by bookRoom Press, Farnham, 2015.

Textblock digitally printed by Riverprint on Colorplan 135 and 270gsm stock by G. F. Smith. Manilla folder printed on an Epson R2000. 200 pages of various intersecting formats and custom binding. Cut, folded, bound and finished by hand. Individually stamped and numbered. Limited edition of 200. Produced at the bookRoom Press by  Lee, Couch, Hladky and Nash. ISBN: 978-0-9576828-5-6 - Artist book collaboration


Dust, (photographic) grain, livers and me | 10 September 2015, 'Antiquity and Photography', one-day colloquium, The Open University in London. - Paper presentation


A Woman Holding a Liver: At the Crossroads | 19 May 2015, 'Visual Artists Today: A Symposium  on the Artist Identity', Birkbeck, University of London. - Paper presentation


Searching and Re-searching for Practice: An Appetite | 4 February 2015

Reseach Seminar orgainised for PLACE: Pedagogy, Language, Arts & Culture in Education Group, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. - Paper presentation


Couch, A, Hladky, A & Lee, M. 'On Innards’ in: Folio, J. & Luhring, H. (Eds.) Body Horror and Shapeshifting: A Multidisciplinary Exploration. Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2014: 51-88. ISBN: 9781848883062. - Book chapters


Reflection on Digestion. Contribution for Punch and Judy’s Chocolate Cornucopia for Human Knowledge, Festival of the Humanities, The International Association for Visual Culture. November 2014.


Searching and Re-Searching For A Practice: An Appetite | 24 October 2014

Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures (BIBAC 2014) Conference, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, convened by the Commonwealth Creativities Intercultural Arts Network. - Conference presentation


Reflection on Digestion: Research, Guts and Appetite | 22 July 2014

Visual Arts Data Skills for Researchers’ UCA Epsom


Searching And Re-Searching For A Practice: An Appetite | 14 May 2014

The Artist As Researcher: Postgraduate Learning And Teaching In The Performing/Visual Arts, HEA academy workshop, the Manchester Museum, University of Manchester.


Digestion and Rumination | 12 March 2014

bookRoom Research Seminar, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham


'Reflection in Digestion' in The Book is Alive! Edited by Emmanuelle Waeckerlé and Richard Sawdon Smith, published by RGAP, distributed by Cornerhouse, 2013.

ISBN 978–0–9569024–5–0


A Reflection on Digestion: Embodiment and the Professional  | 29 May 2013

Storyville: Exploring narratives of learning and teaching, the 2nd annual HEA Arts and Humanities conference


Artistic Identity: Framing Research within Practice | 14 Sep 2012

Managing the Material: Tackling Visual Arts as Research Data conference, The Visual Arts Data Service (VADS) at HEFCE, London


Searching and Re-Searching for a Practice: An Exploration at the Edge of Things | 14 June 2012.

Teaching & Learning Research Seminar, University for the Creative Arts, Epsom


Work in Progress Research Seminar | 21 March 2012

University for the Creative Arts, Farnham


Dust Passed and the Future of Three Magic Particles | 2011

'Making Time' Symposium

[email protected], Lancaster University, Lancaster


Embodiment and Professional Development: (A) Reflection on Digestion | 2011

UCA Learning and Teaching Conference

British Library, London


Dust Passed and the Future of Three Magic Particles | 2010

[email protected]: Experimental Methodologies and Interdisciplinary Challenges in Arts Research - Postgraduate Symposium

Department of Dance, Film and Theatre, University of Surrey


A Meditation On 'Dust Passing', An Incident, To Come | 2009

Paper presention at ‘Once Upon Time’ - Performance event, organised by bookRoom, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham Maltings, Farnham



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