Photography courtesy of the University of Newcastle
Double War is
"...one of the most significant and original interpretations of the space and time of war."
Professor of International Politics
Department of War Studies
King’s College London
Double War: Shaun Gladwell, Visual Culture and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, published by Thames & Hudson Australia. Photo: Ossie Morris. 224 page, full colour, hard back. ISBN: 978-0-500-500054-5. Release date: 1 July 2015, RRP AU$49.99. Edited by Matt Price. Designed by Joe Gilmore / Qubik
A B O U T M E
I am an art theorist, educator, researcher, critic and Professor of Art at Curtin University, Australia.
I am the Lead Investigator on the 'Art in Conflict' project, a three-year ARC linkage project in partnership with the Australian War Memorial and the National Trust (NSW), with a team of researchers from University of Melbourne, University of NSW and University of Manchester.
Since 1997, I have taught art history at universities in Australia and Hong Kong and I am currently Associate Professor in Art at the School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry, Curtin University, Australia.
I have won multiple awards for teaching, publish frequently in peer-reviewed and popular press (Artforum, Art & Australia, The Conversation). In 2015, I published the book, Double War: Shaun Gladwell, visual culture and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq (Thames & Hudson Australia).
I grew up in Wales, moved to Australia in 1990, and graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours Class 1) in 1994. I was awarded a PhD in Art History and Theory from the University of New South Wales in 2000, with a doctoral thesis examining the role of affect in political conflicts surrounding contemporary art in the 1990s.