Prof David Bate

Professor

DepartmentWestminster School of Arts
Research groupCentre for Research and Education in Arts and Media

Research outputs

Bungled Memories
Bate, D. 2008. Bungled Memories. Zacheta National Gallery, Poland

Camera Phones and Mobile Intimacies
Bate, D. 2018. Camera Phones and Mobile Intimacies. in: Bohr, M. and Sliwinska, B. (ed.) The Evolution of the Image Abingdon, Oxon Routledge. pp. 14-26

Photography: Key Concepts. 2nd edition
Bate, D. 2016. Photography: Key Concepts. 2nd edition. London Bloomsbury.

The Syntax of a Photowork
Bate, D. 2013. The Syntax of a Photowork. in: H Hedberg,, Knape, G. and Martinsson, T. (ed.) Imprint: Visual Narratives in Books and Beyond Stockholm, Sweden Art & Theory.

Art Photography
Bate, D. 2015. Art Photography. London Tate Publishing.

Fotografie und der koloniale blick [Photography and colonial vision]
Bate, D. 2003. Fotografie und der koloniale blick [Photography and colonial vision]. in: Wolf, H. (ed.) Diskurse der fotografie Munich, Germany Suhrkamp Verlag KG. pp. 115-132

Art, education, photography
Bate, D. 2003. Art, education, photography. in: Wells, L. (ed.) The photography reader London, UK Routledge. pp. 435-442

Voyeurism and portraiture
Bate, D. 2004. Voyeurism and portraiture. in: Mortensen, M., Anderson, C.R. and With, G. (ed.) Geometry of the face: photographic portraits Denmark National Museum of Photography. pp. 55-64

Surrealism, communism and photography
Bate, D. 2004. Surrealism, communism and photography. in: Evans, M. (ed.) Empire and culture: the French experience, 1830-1940 Basingstoke, UK Palgrave Macmillan.

Photography and surrealism: sexuality, colonialism and social dissent
Bate, D. 2004. Photography and surrealism: sexuality, colonialism and social dissent. London, UK I.B. Tauris.

Bungled memories: Series of five photographs examining, through the conventions of the still life genre, the thesis that accidents are not necessarily 'accidents'.
Bate, D. 2004. Bungled memories: Series of five photographs examining, through the conventions of the still life genre, the thesis that accidents are not necessarily 'accidents'.

Zone. A series of 16 photographs exploring dimensions of social change in Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union through the case study of one city, Tallinn.
Bate, D. 2006. Zone. A series of 16 photographs exploring dimensions of social change in Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union through the case study of one city, Tallinn.

Everyday madness: surrealism, ethnography and the photographic image
Bate, D., Wollen, P., Christie, I. and Cowie, E. 2007. Everyday madness: surrealism, ethnography and the photographic image. in: ten Brink, J. (ed.) Building bridges: the cinema of Jean Rouch London, UK Wallflower Press.

Emperor's new clothes
Bate, D. 2007. Emperor's new clothes. in: Elkins, J. (ed.) Photography theory London Routledge. pp. 253-255

Automatic pictures
Bate, D. 2007. Automatic pictures. in: Allmer, P. and Van Gelder, H. (ed.) Collective inventions: surrealism in Belgium Belgium Leuven University Press.

Bungled Memories
Bate, D. 2008. Bungled Memories.

Thirty years of British photography
Bate, D. 2009. Thirty years of British photography. Portfolio: contemporary photography in Britain. 50.

Photography: key concepts
Bate, D. 2009. Photography: key concepts. Oxford Berg.

The real aesthetic
Bate, D. 2010. The real aesthetic. Portfolio: contemporary photography in Britain. 51.

Australian Picnic
Bate, D. 2010. Australian Picnic. London

The memory of photography
Bate, D. 2010. The memory of photography. Photographies. 3 (2), pp. 243-257. doi:10.1080/17540763.2010.499609

Zone
Bate, D. 2011. Zone. London Artwords Press.

Photography after postmodernism: Barthes, Stieglitz and the art of memory
Bate, D. 2012. Photography after postmodernism: Barthes, Stieglitz and the art of memory. London I.B. Tauris.

The digital condition of photography: cameras, computers and display
Bate, D. 2013. The digital condition of photography: cameras, computers and display. in: Lister, M. (ed.) The photographic image in digital culture (2nd edition) Routledge. pp. 77-94