Body, Space & Technology Journal

call for articles, perspectives, performances and reviews

Body, Space & Technology, now in its twentieth-first year of publication, is a leading online interdisciplinary, journal publishing on all aspects of contemporary arts practice. 

The EBSCO indexed journal publishes non-themed refereed articles, artist-led perspectives on their practice, together with a wide range of reviews of books, performances, installations, design, as well as visual and sonic art. It also reports on related conferences, symposia and other arts-based events.  BST recently moved to a new platform at the Open Library of the Humanities and the latest issue together with all material from previous issues is available on the Journal's website here:

Initial proposals need to be approximately 300 words. The Journal supports interactive sound and visual media.

Deadline for paper proposals – Friday 24 September
Deadline for finalised material – Monday 25 October

Deadline for perspectives, reviews and performance proposals – Friday 1 October
Deadline for finalised material – Monday 25 October

Publication due January/February 2022

All proposals to be submitted to:

Finalised Perspectives, Reviews and Performance and all Finalised Papers:

Prof Sue Broadhurst,
Professor Emeritus and Honorary Professor
Performance and Technology,
Department of Arts and Humanities,
Brunel University,
Chair of Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (DRHA)
Joint Editor of Body, Space & Technology Journal -
Joint Editor of Palgrave's 'Series in Performance and Technology'