'There is but one world and everything that is imaginable is necessary to it' - Cormac McCarthy
Martin Langis senior lecturer in Fine Art and Programme Leader for MA Fine Art. He teaches both practice and theory on the MA and BA Fine Art programmes. Prior to working at Lincoln he taught on the BA Fine Art and BA History & Philosophy of Art programmes at the University of Kent and on the Foundation Diploma at University for the Creative Arts.
Barry Taylor, is an affiliate professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is also an instructor at the Art Center College of Design, teaching on advertising and consumer culture. He lives in London, England.
Ruth O’Sullivanis a London-based artist and writer. Her work explores subjects from artificial intelligence to challenging traditional relationships between the artist and model. Professionally, she has worked on projects for some of the leading art institutions in the UK, as well as having her own visual art practice.
Foster Neville, studied poetry with Seamus Heaney, was involved with the art collection and curation at Durham University, and has received acclaim for his recent musical compositionEdge of Darkness(2022).
Delcy Morelos- Earth Works and Dark Symbols
A Place In Nature- Hambling, Hepworth And Gormley
Power Up!- Radical, Sustainable Community
Human Ecology- A Love Letter to Reality
Green-Eyed Method- Composers Tapping into the Earth
Surrounding- Sinta Tantra: Installation and Immersion
Towards- A Definition of Ecological Art
Cristina Iglesias - The Present Is an Imagined Future
Emanet In Baksi- Vuslat's Turkish Ecology
From Green Rivers- To Contaminated Soil
Cultural Ecology- IZZA: Moroccan Art as Barometer
Deep Craft- Ecology and Creation in Folk-Inspired Art