Mick Finch

Mick Finch

Mick Finch is an artist and researcher. He was principle investigator for the AHRC funded project,  A Vision for Europe: Academic Responsibility and Action in Times of Crises, in collaboration with the Warburg Institute, and the Bilderfahrzeuge research group. Outcomes of this project were the exhibition, Bilder Auf Wanderscaft at the Zentralinstitut in Munich, and the publication, Image Journeys: The Warburg Institute and a British Art History.  He is  a co-investigator on the AHRC-GCRF project  Imagining Futures and is part of the team working on T-Factor, an EU Horizon 2020 funded project.  He is currently Professor in Visual Art Practice at the University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins and a member of the artistic committee of the Institut Français Fluxus Projects Group.  He was an Abbey Fellow in Painting at the BSR in 2011, is a Fellow of the Terra Foundation and was a recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant.

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