CURATING THE NETWORKED IMAGE: CIRCULATION, COMMODIFICATION, COMPUTATION.





PHD RESEARCH, 2015-2019



From 2015 until 2019, I undertook a practice-based PhD at the Centre for the Study of the Networked Image, London South Bank University under the supervision of Annet Dekker and Andrew Dewdney. The resulting dissertation is a written account and theoretical framing of the three curatorial experiments I undertook as part of the research, which are also showcased on this website: This Image is Not Available in Your Country / Very Hard To Find / Curatorial Consultancy Service with Cassini on #exstrange.

A number of scholars and curators have greatly influenced my work, including Marialaura Ghidini, Olga Goriuonova, Joasia Krysa and Magda Tyzlic-Carver. From the letter, I borrow the expression 'not-just-art-curating', which has also proved very useful when organising this online archive of my practice.

Abstract and sections of the thesis available on request.











Team members of CSNI at the workshop Ways of Machine Seeing organized by Cambridge Digital Humanities Network and CoDE in 2017.