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Guy Moreton is an Associate Professor in the School of Art, Design and Fashion at Solent University, Southampton.

His research engages with the cultural histories and representation of landscape, place, memory, and ruination in literature, art and philosophy. He is co-author, with Alec Finlay and Michael Nedo of Ludwig Wittgenstein – There Where You Are Not (Black Dog Publishing London) and his practice-based-research has been published, presented and exhibited widely in the UK and internationally, notably in the 2018 Venice Biennale at the Fondazione Prada, and the Neubauer Collegium, University of Chicago in 2019.

His artworks are represented in major public museum and art gallery collections, including the Fondazione Prada Milan, Italy; Southampton City Art Gallery (acquired with support of The Art Fund and the David and Liza Brown Bequest); Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Carlisle (acquired with the support of The Contemporary Art Society); the University of Dundee Centre for Artist Books, and the University of Southampton.

External positions

External Examiner, MA & MFA Photography, University of Plymouth

1 Feb 201831 Dec 2021

External Reviewer, Academic Promotions, University of Plymouth

30 Jan 201812 Mar 2018

External Examiner, University of Kent

1 Sep 201731 Aug 2021

External Reviewer, Academic Promotions, University of Plymouth

28 Feb 201717 Mar 2017

External Examiner, Roehampton University

1 Sep 20151 Sep 2019

External Panel Adviser, University of Essex

14 Mar 2014

External Examiner, University of Brighton

1 Sep 20131 Sep 2017

External Panel Adviser, University of Cumbria

15 Apr 2013

External Panel Adviser, University of Plymouth

20 Mar 2013


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