As the name of this blog suggests I am a researcher/artist. I am interested in both traditional academic research and practice based research. I am currently a Doctor of Creative Arts candidate and my current work is focussed on using the live-web as a cyberfeminist tool/space/network. The ‘Diary of a Research Artist’ blog is my reflective journal. This is the space I use to collect, collate and ruminate on ideas, note and discuss the works of others that are relevant to my research, and catalog my general progress.


  1. M-H said,

    Hi. I’m following your blog because I’m interested in PhD (or other research doctoral) bloggers. I’m doing a PhD about the process of doing a PhD, and I have a group of candidates keeping blogs and reading on commenting on each others. I’m also (and this is where you come in) reading doctoral bloggers and noting interesting things they say about the process. If I see something I think is useful for my study I’ll contact you and ask if it’s OK that I use it as data. I’m specially interested the the pedagogy of PhD – how and what candidates learn in their candidacy. Hope this is OK – let me know if it’s not. BTW, nice to meet you!

  2. sajbrfem said,

    Hi M-H, great to hear from you, that is perfectly fine. I have added your blogs to my reading list. Great knit work btw 🙂

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  5. Kakariki said,

    Hey woah wow! I love what you’re doing and would love to interview you about 52 Acts. Can you please email me and I’ll give you more detail about what I had in mind.

  6. WildlyParenthetical said,

    Hi there,

    I wandered this way from HAT, and I’m quite taken with your ’52 Acts’. I was wondering whether you would mind me passing on your blog details to a friend of mine, who is organising an exhibition for a conference I am helping to organise (Somatechnics)? You can use the ‘contact’ form over at my blog if you don’t want to reply on-blog 🙂 Nice work, btw!

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  8. Caroline Jariwala said,

    I am very interested in your blog and would be interested in chatting to you about this. I came across your blog via a Google search.

    I am an artist currently researching my masters’ dissertation (MA Art, Health & Well-being at Birmingham City University, UK). My working title is:
    An Artist’s Diary: Using reflective practice as research – the artist’s diary as a self reflective tool.

    I’m specifically focusing on using a dairy helps to track down that element of surprise and analysising surprise (whether good and not so good) that helps to develop techniques in my practice.

    Wondered whether you had any thoughts on this.

    It would be good to hear from you.
    best wishes

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