Andrew Livingstone

Professor of Ceramics

4FAM/4AAD

University of Sunderland

Ceramics, Conceptual Practice, Critical Theory, Ceramics and New Media

Andrew graduated with a BA(Hons) in ceramics from Camberwell School of Art, London in 1989. He went on to study at the University of Ulster in Belfast, where he gained an MA in Applied Arts and a PhD titled The Authenticity of Clay and its Re-definition Within Contemporary Practice: Ceramic Familiarity and the Contribution to Expansion. In his experience as an artist he has worked within various frameworks including studio practice, public artwork and also educational outreach. Andrew lectured previously at the University of Ulster and, more recently as a visiting lecturer at NCAD, Dublin, GMIT, Galway and internationally in Korea at Kongju University, National University of Seoul and Hangyang University and in China at Shanghai College of the Fine Arts: University of Shanghai. Andrew has more...

PhD Thesis: The Authenticity of Clay and its Redefinition Within Contemporary Practice; Ceramic Familiarity and the Contribution to Expansion MA BA(Hons)

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  1. Livingstone, Andrew (2017) U(nu)sed and Abused: Social and Political Potentiality - Material, manufacture and Abandoned Sites, in The Post-Industrial Landscape as Site for Creative Practice - Material Memory. In: The Post-Industrial Landscape as Site for Creative Practice - Material Memory. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK, pp. 63-67. ISBN 9781443899376
  2. Livingstone, Andrew (2016) The Deconstruction of Trade in Imaging the Blue and White - The Impact of the New. [Show/Exhibition]
  3. Livingstone, Andrew (2017) Extending Vocabularies: Distorting the Ceramic Familiar - Clay and the Performative 'Other'. In: The Ceramics Reader. Bloomsbury Academic Press, London, pp. 323-334. ISBN 978-1-4725-8443-4
  4. Livingstone, Andrew (2014) “Parallax View”: Extending Vocabularies – re-reading a museum porcelain collection and the contemporary performative ‘other’. In: Ceramics in the Expanded Field Behind the Scenes at the Museum, 17 - 19 Jul 2014, University of Westminster. (Unpublished)
  5. Livingstone, Andrew (2014) U(nu)sed and Abused: Social and Political Potentiality - Material, Manufacture and Abandoned Sites. In: Material Memory The Post Industrial Landscape as Site for Creative Practice, 14 Nov 2014, School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University. (Submitted)
  6. Livingstone, Andrew (2015) Extending Vocabularies: Distorting the Ceramic Familiar - Clay and the Performative 'Other'. GICB Internation Ceramics Colloquium . Korean Ceramic Foundation, Korea.
  7. Livingstone, Andrew (2008) Decentred Meaning: Ceramic materiality - relocating process & technique -, International Conference Helsinki. In: 'Crafticulation' International Conference University of Helsinki, 24-26 Sep 2008, University of Helsinki, Finland.
  8. Livingstone, Andrew (2011) The Ceramic Regurgitant: Sustainability and the Readymade. In: Ceramic Arts and Design for a Sustainable Society; International Ceramics Symposium 2011, 7 - 11 Mar 2011, Frölunda Culture Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  9. Livingstone, Andrew (2013) Art Shanghai. [Show/Exhibition]
  10. Livingstone, Andrew (2013) International Glass & Clay 2013. [Show/Exhibition]