quot;action archive" and social art practices of Occupy Movements in Chinese and Asian contexts including their global diasporic mapping;
- The female body, skin and performance as ‘a living ritual’ examining mental health and wellbeing;
- Transnational and intercultural communication, including cultural assimilation in person and digitally online, as part of Higher Education and art gallery/museum education;
- Contemporary self-publishing, independent publishing and book arts practice, particularly in China.
Member of the research networks:
- International Research Network for Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art (ReNet MoCoCA) (Heidelberg University, Germany) – Launched March 2015;
- Research Network for Transcultural Practices in the Arts and Humanities (RNTP) (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany) – Launched November 2015;
- Culture, Capital and Communication: Visualising Chinese Borders – AHRC research network 2014-2016 (Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU, UK) and National Cheng Kung University (NCKU, Taiwan).