Lincoln School of Design
College of Arts
Chloë Twells is a fine artist, writer, curator, and senior lecturer in art and design history at the University of Lincoln. She works across a range of art media. Exhibitions of her work include large scale drawing, sculpture, photography, installation, super-8 films, sound, performance, and text. Her work has become increasingly informed by a range of theoretical discourses, focusing on formalist concerns such as scale, location and materials. She teaches across both practical and theoretical modules on BA (HONS) Illustration.
Module Coordinator: ILL1004M - Drawing & Process (Illustration) ILL2004M - Context and Practice (Illustration) ILL3075M - Independent Study Dissertation Supervisor (Illustration) ILL1015M - Personal Tutor/Mentor (Illustration) Year 1 Tutor (Illustration)
C20th & C21st Cultural Studies