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Alexandra Reynolds

Dr Alexandra Reynolds AFHEA

Research Fellow

School of Art, Design and Fashion

023 8201 6975 ext. 6975 Room no. RM223

Biography

Dr Alexandra Reynolds holds a BA in Art History from Leeds University, a Pg. Dip in Curating and MA in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths College and an AHRC funded PhD from Kingston University including a separate AHRC/EU funded PhD residency at Furtherfield Gallery in London. Her research means investigating the use of crowdsourcing in museums and galleries and exploring ways future digital co-creation projects might function more critically and meaningfully in the context of contemporary capitalism.

Alexandra has substantial previous curatorial experience of working on a range of AHRC and Heritage Lottery Funded projects, and developing events series and symposia at organisations including the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) and the British Film Institute (BFI). Alexandra has presented her research widely at conferences including the London Conference in Critical Thought and institutions including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Royal College of Art and Tate Britain, and has published her work most recently with the International Journal of the Inclusive Museum.

In her current role as Research Fellow, Alexandra’s work has included academic publishing surrounding critical digital museum practice, commissioned reports for external organisations such as the Arts Council funded Museum-University Partnership Initiative (MUPI) and Arts Council funded collaborative project work to develop innovative digital applications and offsite projects for museums and galleries.

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