Music, Birmingham City University
This thesis examines the curatorial as a post-critical praxis of curating, to consider its affinities with musicality and the legacies of experimental music.
In Media Res: Heiner Goebbels, Aesthetics of Absence: Texts on Theatre, Third Text (2016) - http://www.thirdtext.org/In-Media-Res
Listening With-Towards in the Gallery, in Joseph Kohlmaier and Sam Belinfante (eds.), The Listening Reader, London: Cours de Poétique, 2016.
Read Aloud at 4am, Riffs 1/1 (2017) - http://riffsjournal.org/issues/volume-1-issue-1-feb-2017/read-aloud-at-4am-ed-mckeon-birmingham-city-university-phd/
"Must the Arts Be Relevant?" Panel discussion produced for Free Thinking, BBC Radio 3, 9 Dec 2015
"Listening to others listening in the gallery", Sheffield Hallam University, as part of a one-day symposium linked to Listening, the Hayward touring exhibition, June 2016
"Listening after Oliveros", performance lecture with IONE at documenta14, Athens, 13 July 2017
"The Curator as a Visual Construct", Middlesex University, 13 November 2018
"Blindspots: Curating and Musicality", Columbia University, 8 November 2019
Editorial Committee of Riffs
Trustee, the Hinrichsen Foundation
Board Member, NMC Records
British Section Member, the International Society for Contemporary Music