Doris Rohr is senior lecturer at Liverpool Hope University where she teaches theory and practice for fine art and design students based at Hope University’s Creative Campus. Her Ph.D. ‘Drawing on nature: The legacy of Ruskin’s Moral Cosmos’ (2016) investigates the continued relevance of John Ruskin’s thoughts on drawing and the environment. Practice-based research entitled Jetsam was shown in the Storey Institute. Recent publications are ‘Art and science in the age of the Anthropocene’ (2019) in Alannah Robins (ed.) From Dream to Dream: Where Art Meets Science and ‘Drawing in and out of place’ in Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology (2018–19) 30:1. Rohr jointly edited DRTP 3:1 Drawing on Text with Charlie Gere. She recently presented notebook drawings as part of ‘Drawing Conversations 3: Drawing Talking to the Sciences’ (2020) in The Ruskin, Lancaster University. Rohr is part of the Ulster-based collective The Drawing Journal – outcomes of the collaborations with other drawers from the collective will be shown in Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich in November 2020.
Contact: Senior Lecturer Fine Art, Hope University, Creative Campus, Shaw Street, Liverpool L6 1HP, England, UK.