Carol’s research sits at the intersection of contemporary art practice and cities. It is primarily concerned with the reception and afterlife (real and potential) of spatial and social artistic practices carried out in the public realm, which aim to contribute to the generation of public debate and discussion.
‘Interactive Contemporary Art Participation in Practice’, Kathryn Brown [ed.]  in Art & the Public Sphere, Volume 4, Numbers 1 & 2 .
Expanding the Public Realm through Curated Collaborative Action: The Echigo Tsumari Abandoned House Project , In Chaplin et al. al ed  Curating Architecture and the City. London and New York: Routledge. Book Chapter
Relationships between interiors and landscape: critical reflections on sukiya and farmhouse architecture in the work of Kazuo Shinohara , Paper presented at Flow 1 held at Kingston University 2011