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Changed Press Marks of the Private Case

'Changed Press Marks of the Private Case' is part of a larger photographic research project about the history of pornography within the public museum

FACP Archive Research

FACP Archive Research at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities

Research activity

Repository holdings

Number of items: 2.

Salaman, Naomi (2015) Art theory - handmaiden of neoliberalism? Journal of Visual Art Practice, 14 (2). pp. 162-173. ISSN 1470-2029

Salaman, Naomi (2010) Looking back at the life room: a project by Naomi Salaman [Exhibition]

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Further professional and research activity

Pod cast interview Naomi Salaman and images from the exhibition 'Looking Back at the Life Room' :

Conference convenor, introductory speaker, and chair for the last session, "Art Schools: Invention, invective and radical possibilities" (2008). Artists talks: Looking Back at the Life Room - UCL, Strang Print Room Gallery Tour for Royal Academy, Slade Summer School

Doctorate completed 'Looking Back at the Life Room;' PhD in visual practice, Goldsmiths College London, Supervised by Victor Burgin and Stephen Johnstone, for online access to the intro and first chapter and all the Chapter Maps. Link to entire thesis at the British Library.

Exhibitions/screenings 2008

  • 'An Archaeology of the Life Room' - Goldsmiths College Summer Exhibition
  • 'Would Silence the Apology'. Gallery 35A, Brighton
  • 'L’hémicycle d’Honneur' - Make Archive Launch Event, Goldsmiths Library


Hospital - Operation in Process screening at The Old Operating Theatre, London

Conference: TIP 3 (Theory in Practice), at Lazareti, Dubrovnik. Presenting of a chapter from thesis 'A reading of the entrance frieze at Künste Hochschule Berlin.'


'The Taxonomic Effect,' from Nothing is Hidden (2001), web published in journalArt Omma, no 10 Archiving; Theory and Practice ed. Nayia Yiakoumaki. 

Changed Press Marks of the Private Case, web published in the Artists Project Room no 9, at Art Omma.

Book contribution 

‘Sculpture Now’, round-table discussion published in Objects For... and Other Things, Phyllida Barlow, Black Dog. ISBN 1 901033597

Gallery Talk: The Photographers Gallery; in conversation with Efrat Shvilly


Exhibition: Revolution Machine. Group show, Pugh Pugh Gallery Berlin

Article: Accumulation in Stages of Mourning on Sarah Pucill’s film Stages of Mourning, (2003) published by University of Westminster, as a poster.


International touring exhibition

POTENTIAL – On going Archive, group exhibition and catalogue, at John Hansard Gallery, Southampton University; Tent Rotterdam, Netherlands

Conference papers/artists' talks 

  • Elia Conference, Dublin conference paper on the Spaces of the Art School published on line: www.elia.ahk.nl/
  • John Hansard Gallery Symposium - Archives and Art Practice
  • London Consortium Summer School, Tate Modern
  • Serpentine Gallery on Hans Haccke
  • Victoria & Albert Museum on Give and Take
  • 'Art Angel;' Talks; Tony Oursler


Exhibition: Sunday Drive event- Five Years Gallery, Underwood St., London. Stereoscopic drawing of Raccolta Pornografica

Artists publication: Changed Press Marks of the Private Case. Artists limited edition microfilm Parapraxis1898. Artists limited edition hardback book

Article: Essay on the work of Shirnin Neshat, in the German web film theory magazine available at 

Gallery talks

  • Serpentine Gallery on Sherrin Neshat
  • Hayward Gallery on Chuck Close, Spectacular Bodies
  • Whitechapel Gallery Talks and education programme; Jeff Wall (1998); Antechamber (1998); Live in your Head (2000); Temporary Accommodation (2001)

Grants and awards


London Arts Artists - exhibition production funding


Arts and Humanity Research Board, PhD Practice Research Funding 3 years full time, 


New York University in London, Artists Travel Grant to visit Art Academies

London Arts Board - Artists grant 


Yorkshire Sculpture Park - writing grant for 'Nothing is Hidden'.


Arts Council Exhibition and publication funding for Post Cards on Photography.


Arts Council Photography Publication Grant (with Verso Books) 


Arts Council exhibition funding for What She Wants 


Arts Council exhibition development Grant

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