Items where Author is "Dewdney, A"

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Dewdney, A. (2018). Photography Remoulded. New Formations: A Journal of Culture, Theory, Politics, 94 166-170.

Dewdney, A., and Walsh, V. (2017). Temporal Conflicts and the Purification of Hybrids in the 21st Century Art Museum: Tate, a Case in Point. Stedlijk Studies(5),

Dewdney, A. (2016). Museums, Scholarly Enterprise and Global Assemblages: A Response to ‘Artifacts and Allegiances: How Museums Put the Nation and the World on Display’. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 24(1), 6-12. doi:

Book Section

Dewdney, A. (2017). Art museum knowledge and the crisis of representation. In C. Morsch, and S. Schade (Eds.), Representing Art Education: On the Representation of Pedagogical Work in the Art Field Vienna: Zaglossus, Verlag.

Dewdney, A., and Walsh, V. (2017). The distributed museum: the flight of cultural authority and the multiple times and spaces of the art museum. In H. Lewi, W. Smith, S. Cooke, and D. von Lehn (Eds.), International Handbook in New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites New York: Routledge.


Walsh, V., Dewdney, A., and Pringle, E. (2014). Modelling Cultural Value within New Media Cultures and Networked Participation. Tate: Royal College of Art/AHRC/Tate.

Conference or Workshop Item

Dewdney, A. (2018). What Is the current fascination with VR on the part of museums and art galleries? Paper presented at Contemporary Art Society Annual Conference: The Virtual in Museums: Hot Medium?, National Gallery, London, 10 May 2018.

Dewdney, A. (2014). Curating the Photographic Image in Networked Culture. Paper presented at Kraesj! Brytninger i fotoarkivet, Oslo, Norway, 05 May 2014 - 06 May 2014. Olso, Norway: Kulturradet (Arts Council Norway).


Dewdney, A. (2017). Co-creating in the Networks: A Reply to “What is 21st Century Photography?” [Internet Publication]. Retrieved from

Dewdney, A. (2016). The University of YouTube: the medium, the user, photography and the search for really useful knowledge. [Internet Publication]. Retrieved from

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