Molly Pardoe is an artist researcher specialising in the intersection of learning and art practice. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Centre for Arts and Learning, Goldsmiths College. Her practice-based research looks at the connection between transnationalism and art practice, both in her own painting practice and in collective material investigations. This research is situated in-between processes of representation and dialogues of difference, and are oriented around the pedagogical capacities of practice-led inquiry. Prior to current research, Molly completed an MSc within Birkbeck’s psychosocial department. She also co-facilitated research workshops with Reggio Children, Emilia Romagna, which explored methods of embodied pedagogy in a variety of learning settings. Molly currently copyedits for academic journals, is an associate lecturer in practice-based methodologies at Goldsmiths, and co-organises a practice-based multi-institutional research group for current arts and learning PhD students.