Dr Stephen Wilson

Postgraduate Theory Coordinator
University of the Arts London
MFA Tutor
Ruskin School of Art - Oxford University

Stephen Wilson is a writer, educator, and curator whose research addresses precarious identities housed within gender, disability, race, and convalescence in art and illness currently titled: What you do for us, without us, is against us. Since completing a doctorate at the Royal College of Art, edited publications include: Memories of the Future: On Countervision (Peter Lang 2017), The Persistence of Taste: Art, Museums and Everyday Life After Bourdieu (Routledge 2018), among others. Wilson is a member of WFSF and has held positions at Columbia University, New York, University of the Philippines, Jorge B. Vargas Museum and at Exeter College, University of Oxford. Wilson is a coordinator of postgraduate theory at University of the Arts London and also teaches at The Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford.