My areas of specialisation and competence are: ephemeral materials in modern and contemporary art, multi-sensory aesthetic experience, the histories and futures of global art school education, participatory art, curatorial studies, exhibiting, contemporary and modern art history, and aesthetics.
Recent and forthcoming publications.
KING, D (2020): The Injustice of Smell, In: Parr, Debra; Lynn, Gwen, Olfactory Art and The Political in an Age of Resistance, forthcoming 2020, Routledge.
KING, D. (2019), ‘Whose Skin? Curating Tattooed Tableaux Vivants in Contemporary Art’, Journal of Curatorial Studies, 8:1, pp. 6–21, doi: 10.1386/jcs.8.1.6_1 (peer review)
KING, D. (2019), Immersion into the Uncanny vs. Established Aesthetic Experiences - on the change of interface and imagery in video art games, in “In and Out of Art History: The Video Games Conundrum”, LEA (The MIT Press) Special Issue, forthcoming 2019. (peer review)
KING, D. (2019), Learning Lab Arts and Design: Re-Processing the Future of Art and Design Education, in: Langkilde, Kirsten (Ed.): Imagine, Basel 2019, p.127–136.
King, D. (2018): Digital Graffiti, in Int|AR Journal 09 ‘Design Intervention as ACT,p.82-89.