The Art & Design Research Institute (ADRI) is the home of research in art, design, visual culture and electronic arts, comprising world leading research and innovative practice at Middlesex University.
Art and Design Research at Middlesex rated “internationally excellent” and “world leading”.
We have a vibrant community of over fourty research students pursuing a range of projects in the history, practice and theory of art and design. Students are encouraged to work collaboratively, and we currently have projects with the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture (MoDA), National Maritime Museum, Sir John Soane's Museum and Tate.
ADRI has several staff-led research clusters:
- Making Places
- Art Practice as Investigation
- Diasporic & Transcultural Practices
- Electronic and Digital Arts
- Science Fiction
- Socially Engaged Practices
- Visual Culture and Curating
The current Director of ADRI is Prof Graeme Evans.
Public Programming, Social Movements and...
20 July, Nottingham Contemporary
Graeme Evans opens ‘Tourism and the Night’...
14-15 July, Westminster University
Katy Deepwell on Nothing Abandoned
14 June, 2017, Geoffrey Manton Room 234,...
Andrew Baker: E A Newman and Pilot ACE: Turing's...
Invisible Numbers, 8-18 June, Winns Gallery,...
Local/Global Dynamics in Feminism and...
3 July 2017, Middlesex University
Black Artists and Modernism
Sonia Boyce and susan lok
'Public Programming?' documentation of study day
30 June 2016, Middlesex University
Neelam Raina: The Value of Culture in Conflict
PACCS Conflict Theme Innovation Awards
Graeme Evans: smART Cities & Waste
Supperted by the AHRC Cross-Disciplinary...