Hogeschool Rotterdam Willem de Kooning Academie

Steve Rushton

Steve Rushton

Core Tutor with a predominate focus on teaching writing and research methodologies in the Master of Fine Art programme and in the Master Media Design and Communication programme.

Steve Rushton is a writer and artist. His publications include the anthology of his writings Masters of Reality, Piet Zwart Institute/Sternberg Press (2012), the series How Media Masters Reality for First / Last Newspaper, issues 1-6, Dexter Sinister, (2009); New Walden, HB2, Issue 1, CAC, Glasgow, (2008); Philip, a Novel, Project Art Centre, Dublin / Critical Voices, Dublin (2006); Experience, Memory, Re-enactment, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam/Revolver, Berlin [with Anke Bangma and Florian Wuest] (2005); The Milgram Re-enactment, Revolver, Frankfurt (2003).

He has collaborated with artist Rod Dickinson as well with the artists duo, Thomson & Craighead. Currently a Phd. Candidate, Leiden University, School of Humanities, Leiden, NL 2013 and on-going. Post-graduate research, theory, Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2001– 2002. BA Hons Fine Art, Sheffield Hallam University, 1977 -1980.

Closed Circuit, 2010, Rod Dickinson in collaboration with Steve Rushton 3 Channel Video Installation (and initially a Live Performance, 28 August 2010, 8 p.m. at Stara Elektrarna – The Old Power Station – Ljubljana, Slovenia as part of the International festival Mladi levi)

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