PhD (2010), MA (1998), BA (1992), HEA Fellow (2013)
Angela Bartram is a visual artist making work as live art, video, sculptural objects and published. Her research is concerned with definitions of the human and animal, mouths, thresholds and “in‐between” spaces and the reactivation of the documentation of transient art forms. The work is based on a series of ‘co’s': co-dependency; co-habition relationships; co-mpanion relationships; co-llaboration.
She is Reader at the University of Lincoln in the department of fine art and is leading a funded project, The Alternative Document, which comprises exhibitions, symposium and published text. Recently, she led a Live Art Development Agency funded art project ‘Be Your Dog’ at Karts, Plymouth (2016).
Bartram is on the peer review panel for Project Anywhere global exhibition programme, University of Melbourne, is on the steering group for Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands, and is advisor to the project Broken Grey Wires.
http://phone.online.lincoln.ac.uk/abartram (university staff page)