Mr Mark Webb
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Mark Webb is a Lecturer in Art and Design in the Creative Industries Faculty at QUT. He teaches across third year, Honours, and Postgraduate studies in the Visual Arts studio units.
He is a practicising artist with over 25 years exhibiting experience and is represented in Queensland Art Gallery, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, the National Gallery of Victoria, and the Art Gallery of Western Australia along with Artbank, Queensland University Art Museum, Queensland University of Technology Museum, Griffith University Art Collection and most of the major private collections across Australia.
His practice spans across all media, but has specialised in time-based , performance and digital media over the last decade. He has curated exhibitions of digital media at both MetroArts and the CI Precincts at QUT, and has written extensively on young and emerging artists in Brisbane.
Visual Arts and Crafts
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- MA (Research) (Queensland University of Technology)
- DipFineArts (Queensland College of Art)
Completed supervisions (Doctorate)
Completed supervisions (Masters by Research)
- Catherine or Kate, the royal name dilemma: Humour and performance in collaborative art practice (2012)
- Catherine or Kate: The Tertiary Spaces of Collaboration, Performance and Humour in Contemporary Art (2012)
- Out of Position: The Ball Park of Humour in Contemporary Art (2012)
- Virion: New Media and the Development of the Discursive Museum (2011)
- Fault Lines: Queer Skinheads and Gay Male Subjectivity in the Film Praxis of Bruce Labruce (2004)