Dr Lola Frost

Lola Frost
Dr Lola Frost
Research Fellow, Kings College London

Originally from South Africa, Lola Frost currently lives in the UK. Work from her art exhibitions between 1983 and 1996 can be found in major public collections in South Africa. Solo exhibitions in the UK include, Coming Alive, 2013 (Clerkenwell Gallery), Taking Risks, 2014 (Somerset House); Going South, 2015 (Somerset House) and Living the Fold, 2017 (University of Brighton); Towards Deep and Radiant Time, 2018 (Bush House King’s College London).
Her academic career includes a senior lectureship in Art history and Art Theory in the Visual Art Dept DUT, South Africa; PhD from Goldsmiths College, Visual Art Dept in 2007; part time teaching at the Working Men’s College in London from 2008 to 2011. She has published articles on politics, ethics and aesthetics; and explored the topic of aesthetic risk during her Leverhulme artist's residency in the Department of War Studies KCL in 2014/15, where she is currently a Visiting Research Fellow.

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