Susannah Haslam

PhD Work


  • Susannah Haslam
  • PhD


    School of Communication


    Information Experience Design, 2013–

  • Susannah is a theorist, researcher and pedagogical practitioner. She is a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art, part of the Creative Exchange (CX) hub and an Associate Lecturer in the Visual Cultures department at Goldsmiths, University of London.

    Her research interests lie predominantly at the cross section of visual culture and critical spatial practice. Her current work revolves around understanding knowledge and information circulation through alternative readings of our environment; across physical, public space and digital and virtual, public space. She is interested in the moment of exchange in terms of experience and how our environment is composed of  deeply myriad layering forming a fused singular environment. She is presently researching and devising a nomadic pedagogical practice as part of the CX.

    Susannah has a background in the history of art, art theory and philosophy and organises the JOURNEY/SCHOOL project and AOTCS Press, a nomadic seminar/salon programme and its micro publishing arm. She is part of KIOSK, a practice-based research group looking at the multiplicity and multidisciplinarity inherent within contemporary visual cultures, architecture and the city.