Maggie Ayliffe, BA, MA, PGCE, MPhil
is a painter and a cultural theorist. She studied fine art at the
University of Humberside and holds both Masters and MPhil
qualifications from Manchester Metropolitan University.
Ayliffe’s work focuses upon
questions of gender and the feminine within the broad field of
visual culture. She is an experienced lecturer in both Visual
Culture theory and Fine Art practice and is an active member
of a wider research community – having contributed to numerous
symposia and public debates.
Ayliffe’s artistic practice engages
the relationship between the feminine and painterly abstraction.
She has shown her paintings extensively in the UK. More recently
she has participated in exhibitions in the Netherlands and St
Petersburg. Situated as it is within ongoing debates around art and
gender and the current role of abstract painting, her work has been
reviewed extensively in the art and national press.
Works in Public Collections
Ayliffe is a supervisor for the following PhD
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