Mr Danny McNally

Supervised by

  • Philip Crang First/primary/lead supervisor


Personal profile

Danny's research focuses on the geographies of art and aesthetics. He is particularly interested in thinking about participatory art practices as a way to engage with geographical issues such as urban diversity, meaningful encounter and cultural labour. Danny has a BA in Human Geography and an MA in Cultural Geography (Research). He was awarded a PhD by Royal Holloway, University of London for his thesis entitled ‘Participatory art and the cultural geographies of encounter’. This traced three participatory art projects in Peckham, Bow and Finsbury Park, and investigated the type of encounters and relations they created within super-diverse urban landscapes.


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