Alexandra Reynolds

Research Group: Centre for Research through Design
Award studied: PhD (AHRC)

Project title

How can digital media produce new ways of reading archival histories & inform contemporary curatorial practice

Abstract

Alexandra Reynolds is a PhD Candidate at Kingston University funded jointly by Kingston University and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). Her PhD research explores ways digital co-creation can be used more critically and meaningfully in museums, galleries and wider cultural organisations.

Prior to undertaking her PhD at Kingston, Alexandra worked on a series of Heritage Lottery and AHRC Funded curatorial projects between Kingston University and Kingston Museum, previously graduating with an MA in Cultural Studies and PgDip in Curating from Goldsmiths College, and a first class degree in Art History from Leeds University.

Supervisors

Alexandra Reynolds