In REF 2014, 75% of research in UoA D34 Art & Design (as part of the joint submission from WIRAD) was rated either internationally excellent (3*) or world-leading (4*).
Established in 2000 as the Centre for Photographic Research and now designated as the European Centre for Documentary Research (eCDR), eCDR provides a focus in Wales for high quality research in photography that builds on both its institutional heritage and internationally renowned scholarship. It aims to develop work that addresses both the cultural histories of photography and the contemporary issues and debates informing photographic and film-based art and documentary practices.
eCDR’s main areas of activity include:
Handing Down Time screening at Africa Week 2018
March 19, 2018
Prof Mark Durden talks at the Documentary Photobook in Oxford
January 30, 2018